Introduction

When the gears of a hand mixer are warped or damaged this can cause them block, effectively rendering your mixer useless. Fortunately, it is easy to replace them, making your mixer function as new. If the gears are not damaged but just don’t run smoothly anymore, it’s also possible to clean and lubricate them.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Slightly loosen all four 2.54 cm Phillips #1 screws and remove them. Remove the top casing.
    • Slightly loosen all four 2.54 cm Phillips #1 screws and remove them.

    • Remove the top casing.

  2. Remove the button unit, including the spring. Remove the button unit, including the spring.
    • Remove the button unit, including the spring.

  3. Remove the 1.50 cm Phillips #1 screw that holds the cable clamp. Remove the cable clamp.
    • Remove the 1.50 cm Phillips #1 screw that holds the cable clamp.

    • Remove the cable clamp.

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  5. Lift the product from the bottom casing.
    • Lift the product from the bottom casing.

  6. Lay the product on its side and remove the 1.27 cm Phillips #1 screw holding the bottom metal plate in place. Remove the metal plate holding the gears in place. Remove the metal plate holding the gears in place.
    • Lay the product on its side and remove the 1.27 cm Phillips #1 screw holding the bottom metal plate in place.

    • Remove the metal plate holding the gears in place.

  7. Remove the gears.
    • Remove the gears.

  8. Replace the gears with new ones. Replace the gears with new ones.
    • Replace the gears with new ones.

  9. Reassemble the mixer. Put the cable protection in the correct position before fastening the cable and reassembling the mixer.
    • Reassemble the mixer.

    • Put the cable protection in the correct position before fastening the cable and reassembling the mixer.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

One Comment

Hey, do you have a print file or do you know a place where i can buy these gears? Would really like to repair my own mixer.

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