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My Kitchenaid mixer won't start.

My KitchenAid Mixer is only a bit over a year old.

Last week I was using it to make bread dough. I stopped the mixer to touch the dough to see how it was coming. It wouldn't turn back on, the mixer was a little warm so I decided to finish kneading by hand and let it cool off.

I never thought of it again until I went to make brownies today and it still wouldn't start. Tried a different plugin and no dice.

What I've done:

I checked the brushes on the sides of the mixer, they look in perfect condition. Also made sure they were inserted properly.

I checked the switch itself by taking off the back cover and used a multimeter to check that when switch is on, it was making a connection.

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Did you use the multimeter on the wall outlet?

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Have you checked to see if you actually have power to the motor. Most mixers have a thermal fuse that may have failed on yours. Disassemble it and post lots of images with your question

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I tested the voltage across the motor and am seeing a fluctuation between -0.7 and 0.5 volts when set to first speed.

I disassembled the mixer to remove the top from the mount and could see that the gears were all fine. I then realized that this doesn't give me access to anything electrical. It appears the motor assembly can slide out the back only having to remove the back cover?

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Hi, did you get the problem solved? If yes, how? Thanks!

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If I have correctly identified the type of mixer you have, here is a link to the Service Manual:

http://www.kitchenaidparts.eu/documents/...

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I bought a KitchenAid mixer yesterday at Walmart and try to use it today but will not start at all.

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I have the same issue and was told by Kitchen aid they only one year warranty and it was probably something I did.. and after all the costs were discussed it’s clear that buying this product was a huge mistake! Basically go buy another is what they said. Wouldn’t recommend a kitchen aid product to anyone!!

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Yes, it was something you did! You bought a product that the bast*rds won't support. Welcome to corporate dictatorship. Report it to the Federal Trade Commission. Leave them negative reviews. Call them repeatedly. Tell them you're going to initiate a class action law suit.

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My issues were that it 1st - only ran on one speed, then 2nd, wouldn't turn on. The problem (I think) ended up being two loose bolts in the back housing behind the switch controller. When I took off the back cover, they just fell out. I couldn't find any photos of what the assembly should have looked like, so it was trial and error testing. Once I put the loose bolts back on the “hidden” posts/screws on the far back metal plate and tightened them down (and undid all the other adjustments I tried to make first) it worked like a champ.

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