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I want to know about changing the transmission fluid, what type, how much does it take, where is the drain, how do you fill it and how often should it be changed?

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Here is where you can buy the grease

http://www.food-equipment.com/Hobart%20gear%20case%20grease.htm

There is no drain cause it's grease that is used. It needs to be removed manually and the 3 shafts need to be pulled to get all the grease out. If you are not mechaniclly minded best taking to a professional.

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