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My kitchen aid stand mixer is leaking oil were the beaters are. It dose it when using it.

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It is just the grease in the gearbox breaking down. It is food grade grease so perfectly harmless. Wipe it away from time to time or pull the mixer apart and change the grease. When the oil stops leaking it will then be necessary to change the grease as it will be getting too thick to do any good in there.

Posted on Jan 01, 2015

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    shelia hunt Jan 01, 2015

    Never heard of food grade grease don't won't that nasty stuff in my food.. Not sure if its harmless after going through those gears. I have another mixer and its never leaked any grease its 3 years older. Thanks for your time but I think I will contact Kitchen Aid and see if they think its harmless...

  • Ross Keen Jan 01, 2015

    Here is their phone number 1 (800) 541-6390

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