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Despite your efforts, the KitchenAid mixer doesn't seem to be getting any power

Make sure the KitchenAid Mixer is firmly plugged into a working outlet and the cord is not twisted or split.

Check the circuit breaker in your home to ensure the plug has power. Try plugging in another appliance to make sure the outlet is working properly.

It is possible that your mixer is overheating. Unplug the mixer for approximately 30 minutes to allow it to cool off. However, when the mixer is under heavy loads for extended periods it may heat up to the point where it's uncomfortable to touch. This is normal and it will shut off automatically if it overheats.

If your mixer still will not turn on, it might be a problem with the motor brushes. If the brushes are worn down or not inserted properly, your mixer may not turn on. See our guide on how to replace your motor brushes.

Your mixer makes a lot of noise when you turn it on

After a lot of use, the mixer could be lacking lubricant which could cause the parts to rattle and make noise. See this guide by eReplacementGuides: How to Fix a KitchenAid Stand Mixer That is Leaking Oil.

If it is metallic sounding, the worm gear on your mixer may be losing teeth and will need to be replaced. Check out our guide on how to replace your worm gear.

No matter what speed setting you choose, the mixer will only operate at one speed

Before buying any new parts, make sure that the connection between the control board and the hall sensor is nice and snug. The hall sensor, a grey wire with a three pronged end, is connected between the speed lever and control board. This connection could become loose due to the vibrations of the mixer. Also, the mixer will not work if the connection is not oriented properly. Using trial and error, change the orientation of the three pronged connection to see if the mixer will begin to work. The most common sign of a failing hall sensor is if your mixer increases to top speed and then shuts down. But note that many (all?) K45SS series mixers use a fly ball governor and don't have a hall effect sensor. See http://www.kitchenaidparts.eu/documents/... for more service info.

If your mixer is still not operating correctly, you could have a faulty phase control circuit board in the back of your mixer. See our guide on how to replace your circuit board.

When your mixer is running, oil seems to be getting everywhere

Sometimes due to overheating, age, or lack of use, the lubricant in the gears can separate and the liquid component will drip. See this guide by eReplacementGuides: How to Fix a KitchenAid Stand Mixer That is Leaking Oil.

If your mixer is leaking oil, it could be a problem with one of the gaskets. They may need to be replaced or readjusted. See our guide on how to replace your gaskets.

The beater head scrapes against the bottom of the bowl or doesn't even touch the bowl at all

Make sure the bowl is securely attached on the mixer base. Do this by gently turning the bowl in a clockwise direction.

If the bowl is securely attached, you may have to adjust the height of the beater. See our guide on how to adjust the height of your beater head.

Visit KitchenAid's product help page for more information on your stand mixer.

A service manual is here: http://www.kitchenaidparts.eu/documents/...

23 Yorum

My mixer makes one turn when started and then stops....seems like an electrical short. Do you think it is the brushes? I is only 2-3 years old. Thanks

brianrhull - Yanıt

I have same experience. How was it resolved?

Olugbemi lana -

I un screwed the black plastic screw and it blew (plugged in, stupidly) Is it shot? Thanks

Fiona

fionamccarthy - Yanıt

My mixer speed lever doesn't always work...only turns on if I juggle it around. Is this an easy fix??

Cooks4Wifee - Yanıt

I replaced the speed control board as my mixer was running 3X as fast at setting 1, and topped out at setting 3, with no appreciable increase in speed up to setting10. Yet when I replace the speed control board, there is no change in the performance. Clearly the speed control board is not the problem. Yes I did adjust the upper screws in to slow and out to speed up, and the bottom screw as well. No significant effect. Mixer "rolls" at any speed; not keeping an even speed. Any recommendations?

Marc LaPine - Yanıt

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