20 Most Recent Hobart A200 Stand Mixer Questions & Answers


Sorry so late but the reason you need the kit is because the potentiometer (the knob that selects the time) is no longer part of the timer board.You need the pot,and board.I'm a hobart tech,if any other questions let me know.

Hobart A200... | Answered on Oct 18, 2019


I had a look on google and came up with a service manual. not sure if this has the wiring diagram but the only other thing i can suggest is to contact te manufacturer direct. Go to http://cgi.ebay.com/HOBART-A200-20-QUART-MIXER-SERVICE-PARTS-MANUAL_W0QQitemZ160203114233QQcmdZViewItem
hope this helps.

Hobart A200... | Answered on Jul 08, 2019


http://hobart.co.kr/manual_pdf//013.pdf this is a manual of parts, speed is controled by gears. if you are not sure of what you are doing call for service from hobart or an authorized tech. it is a messy job to boot.

Hobart A200... | Answered on Apr 24, 2019


replace the speed select switch

Hobart A200... | Answered on Nov 10, 2017


Hi. Your mixer was manufactured in 1967. If you plan on keeping it, take the outer cover off, gently remove the two metal dust caps with a small screwdriver and look into each opening with a good flashlight to determine the quality and amount of grease in the trans. case.

Ideally the grease should almost fill the space with no oil visible. If you need to look further, I suggest that you open up the transmission cover, to determine the condition of the grease that lubricates the transmission. If you find that oil is seperating from the grease. you would do well to remove all of the oil and old grease and replace it with either Shell Darina EP-2, or Chevron FM ALC EP-2 grease. It's a messy job, but it will add years of life to your mixer.

Check the planetary seal, remove, clean and regrease the planetary gearing. With a mixer of this age, you never know if it has ever been serviced since it's manufacture or not. The grease must totaly encapsulate the trans. gears. As the grease breaks down it's level lowers and it leaves some of the upper gears without lubrication, and will result in preventable wear.

Good luck! If you found this solution helpful, please rate it. ricardok45

Hobart A200... | Answered on Feb 14, 2017


The Hobart A-200 is an 80's product. These first came on the market around 1985. There is no way to date the one you have without examining it.

The best estimate is 25-30 years old.

Hobart A200... | Answered on Feb 14, 2017


Hi Don. If your mixer is hurling honey, you must be very popular in the ant world...Sorry!

The Hobart electric motor on your mixer was designed and engineered to operate on 115-120 volt current and is the most dependable, and capable commercial mixer out there Is it possible for you to use a commercial Imerssion Blender for the first part of your mixing operation. Once your honey thickens a bit perhaps the a200 wouldn't hurl honey. Another consideration would be to either try a different beater or modify the one you have by removing surface area from the beater. If you remove metal, be sure to do it in a balanced fashion to avoid unwanted vibration in the beater. If you're not up to removing metal, take it to a machine shop and they'll do it for you. It probably won't take long, or cost much, and they have the expertise and the equipment to do it properly. If you found this solution helpful, please rate it. Good luck! ricardok45.

Hobart A200... | Answered on Feb 14, 2017


I would say without looking at it a key is sheared or gear teeth are worn on the gear.usually its a sheared key,however if the mixer is older they use a dive key assembly which you would have to replace the shaft.I'm a hobart tech and repair these mixers often,any ? let me know.What is the ml # on the data plate?

Hobart A200... | Answered on Dec 13, 2016


Im a hobart service tech and repaired these units often,the seal job is a pain in the ***.Everything has to be torn apart.Forget manuals hobart doesnt give them out but i can step you through it.

Hobart A200... | Answered on Oct 19, 2016


You can go to hobartcorp.com and register for free then you can print or download a parts
manual to help you to do repair. Hobart provide service manual to their technician only.

Hobart A200... | Answered on Oct 19, 2016


we dont advise on how to disable safety devices ---and you dont want to disable a safety on a mixer that can rip a limb off and not even bog down

Hobart A200... | Answered on Aug 13, 2016


yes the cast can be welded(brazed). if you are able to weld this yourself, just remember before you can weld it, you have to heat it till it is cherry red then you can weld the piece. if your not qualified to weld it you can usually find a portable welding company to do this for you. hope this helps you please rate the solution...thanks

Hobart A200... | Answered on Jun 16, 2016


I typed in hobart service agents in google and got hobartfood.com.au as a site
landline contact phone number is 1800-462-278 and e- mail is sales@hobartfood.com.au

Hobart A200... | Answered on May 05, 2016


There are two different splash guards fort he A200.
If you have a 12 quart bowl the splash guard is a part number 438078 and if you have the 20 quart bowl the part number is 438079.
Both parts are available from
http://storefront.whaleyfoodservice.com/.

Hobart A200... | Answered on May 05, 2016


Hobart A200 Stand Mixer
Beatriz, I looked through the entire manual, it shows no reverse option. Did you just get the mixer or did you have it repaired. It seams the mixer is either wired wrong or the gears that rotate the mixer were not assembled correctly.
Check the attached link,manual,instruction and guides, Good luck
"I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info."

https://my.hobartcorp.com/kroger/TechnicalServiceManuals/A200%20Technical%20Manual.pdf

A200 Hobart Service

Hobart A200... | Answered on Apr 06, 2016


HI Joe
I have the wrong greace in my A200 standmixer i need to know what kind and how much to put in gear cace. thank you

Hobart A200... | Answered on Feb 10, 2016


you need to remove splash shield, tilt mixer back,with a long screwdriver adj. the set screwclockwise to decrease clearance for beater to bowl clearance,always use b beater when making adj. clearance should be .054" to .115".also make sure there are no deformities in btm of bowl which can cause you problems.dont forget to vote

Hobart A200... | Answered on Feb 10, 2016

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