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How do i find were the steel o ring washer goes its about 3/16 thick i think it goes on the speed changer found it in the gear chamber wile removing the old grese

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SOURCE: what type of grease do i use for Hobart a200 mixer did remove all the grease out of it need to refill add how much do i need

be careful here as the grease used has to meet food quality requirements and is not car grease
it does not need to be full of grease , just enough to cover the teeth
go google and type in --hobart food mixer model a200 --and there may be a pdf version parts list or workshop manual
other than that there will be a contact number for your country or area where you can get advice

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be careful here as the grease used has to meet food quality requirements and is not car grease
it does not need to be full of grease , just enough to cover the teeth
go google and type in --hobart food mixer model a200 --and there may be a pdf version parts list or workshop manual
other than that there will be a contact number for your country or area where you can get advice

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