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Hi. I have a Kenwood chef mixer and the speed knob won't budge. It only goes in reverse to full speed. It feels like it's jamed any help would be very much appreciated

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Model# and/or voltage might help. - Kelly

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SOURCE: kenwood chef excel attaching blender

http://www.kitchenmanuals.com/manuals/mfg/kenwood/km300_km400_km600_km800.html

hers the manaul for u rate me as fix ya ok its a pdf file also thx nick use adobe reader to view it 43 pages thx agian for using fix ya

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Kenwood Major Mixer

Thank you for your time. I contacted the Kenwood company in England.

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Mine is a Chef Stand Mixer but really don't know model no. Where to find?

This kind of unit are lubricated with grase paste. If the unit stays inactive for a long time, or if the motor and gears are overheating the grease paste gets melted into thin oil, and that will cause leaks.

To lubricate the unit, you need to spread again the grease in the gearbox, using special foodsafe grease paste.
Disassemblying the gear box is not that easy, you will need previous experience and a gear puller to do the job properly and safely.
This appliances are also held with security screws to prevent the users from taking apart the unit, and can only be disassembled using a Security screwdriver tip.

The grease can be purchased here, check at the bottom of the page: Kenwood chef food mixer Grease.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenwood chef A901 food mixer speed dial only

Thank you for your help. Have fixed the problem by tapping speed control shaft back into the motor housing to remove the endplay.Fault can be found by checking for in and out movement of the dial itself. there is only a small amount when correct. T W Faint

Posted on Jan 17, 2010

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