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How to dismantle a Hobart H600 before moving ? Hi, I need to move a 60qt mixer which is too heavy for me. Please, could you give me a way to split it into 3 or 4 parts which may be moved separately, and then put back together in their new site ? Thank you very much for your assistance

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You can't. Contact professional catering removers. Or Two Men and a Truck.

There are only two parts, the head and the stand. They are pretty much equal weight.

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SOURCE: hobart h600 60qt mixer leak oil

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Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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SOURCE: I need to change gear oil in Hobart H600 mixer.

Take the top cover off,where the front screw on the cover goes in that long shft has to be unscrewed,get a funnel and add oil.

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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SOURCE: hobart 600 wiring connection

The ground wire attaches to the ground lug under the top.

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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SOURCE: reccomendations on how to move a Hobart H600 Mixer

I would use the 4 wheel platform dollies and ratcheting tie-down straps to secure it to the dollies.
I have used these to move pianos and other larger objects, but make sure that you secure the object to the dolly and get the best one with the biggest wheels that you can find. The bigger the wheel the easier the roll. Not sure how big your doorways are, but if you can use 2 or 3 dollies, that’s what I would recommend. Just make sure that you secure the load with ratcheting straps not just rope.

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Posted on May 23, 2009

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SOURCE: electrical connection of hobart h600

it requires 3 phase with ground it is a four wire system

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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I needed to know the PH for a h600 11344142 Hobart mixer... And is it a single Or 3 face??


Hello Jbabajanov,

I understand that you want to know about the HP (Horse Power) of a H600, 60 quart mixer and weither it is a single or three phase.

All H600 Hobart mixers are equiped with a 2 horse power motor.

As to wether it is single or three phase you will need to look at the service tag of the machine. If is listed on it weather it is single or three phase.

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it requires 3 phase with ground it is a four wire system

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Reccomendations on how to move a Hobart H600 Mixer


I would use the 4 wheel platform dollies and ratcheting tie-down straps to secure it to the dollies.
I have used these to move pianos and other larger objects, but make sure that you secure the object to the dolly and get the best one with the biggest wheels that you can find. The bigger the wheel the easier the roll. Not sure how big your doorways are, but if you can use 2 or 3 dollies, that’s what I would recommend. Just make sure that you secure the load with ratcheting straps not just rope.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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