crwdns2894164:0crwdne2894164:0

crwdns2915892:0crwdne2915892:0

As an expensive mixer that is built to last, some key components do go bad from time to time. Overall, your investment, with a few fixes along the way, will nearly last a lifetime. This guide will demystify your repair to your KitchenAid Pro stand mixer.

crwdns2860947:0crwdne2860947:0

  1. Take out the screw which holds on the silver band using a Phillips #2 screwdriver.
    • Take out the screw which holds on the silver band using a Phillips #2 screwdriver.

    • Remove the silver band.

  2. Remove the four Phillips #2 screws located around the mixer where the band was removed.
    • Remove the four Phillips #2 screws located around the mixer where the band was removed.

    • This picture only shows two of the screw that you need to remove. The other two are on the exact opposite side of the mixer.

  3. Remove the top of the mixer to reveal the inner parts.
    • Remove the top of the mixer to reveal the inner parts.

    • The top should lift off, but may not if it is stuck. A sharp strike from the back with the hand may unstick it. It will slide forward about a 3/8 of an inch. Push it back again from the front and it should be free enough to lift.

  4. Locate the selector switch.
    • Locate the selector switch.

    • Remove the two Phillips #2 screws holding the selector switch in place.

  5. Unplug the cords attached the drive motor to the switch. We suggest numbering them left from right so they are reattached to the replacement part in the right order. We suggest numbering them left from right so they are reattached to the replacement part in the right order.
    • Unplug the cords attached the drive motor to the switch.

    • We suggest numbering them left from right so they are reattached to the replacement part in the right order.

  6. Pull out the Selector Switch.
    • Pull out the Selector Switch.

crwdns2915888:0crwdne2915888:0

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

crwdns2878426:04crwdne2878426:0

Tallon Dotinga

crwdns2886885:011/04/2016crwdne2886885:0

447 crwdns2915208:0crwdne2915208:0

crwdns2886889:02crwdne2886889:0

crwdns2915084:0crwdne2915084:0

Cal Poly, Team 25-4, Maness Spring 2016 crwdns2886886:0Cal Poly, Team 25-4, Maness Spring 2016crwdne2886886:0

CPSU-MANESS-S16S25G4

crwdns2858115:04crwdne2858115:0

crwdns2886889:014crwdne2886889:0

crwdns2917036:05crwdne2917036:0

The instructions are to unplug the cords from the motor but the removed selector switch pictured shows the cords were removed from the selector switch. Is there a way to remove the cords from the selector switch without breaking them? donmilo@yahoo.com

Don Singleton - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

The replacement part looks like a major part in the mixer and probably costs a bundle like most replacement parts… sometimes deems the replacement “not worthy” to repair!

It’s like a car that cost $25K but, all its parts if you buy them separately, it will cost you $150K !!!

david almogi - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

The speed selector MSRP is $89.99 and can be found on places like eBay for $35-60. For only needing some simple tools and a little time, this fix saves you from the cost of buying a new one. These are designed to be repaired/refurbished.

Rachel Johnson -

When the speed selector is replaced, what is the rpm for “stir”?

everything is working, but it still seems too fast at 120rpm and I can’t see a difference between speeds 6, 8, & 10.

Jessica - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

The advice about kitchenaid600 switch was good. The form to get me able to say thanks was not.

What thehelldoyouwant - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

crwdns2917038:0crwdne2917038:0

crwdns2894754:0crwdne2894754:0:

crwdns2894766:024crwdne2894766:0 2

crwdns2894768:07crwdne2894768:0 16

crwdns2894768:030crwdne2894768:0 89

crwdns2894770:0crwdne2894770:0 6,194