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PartSelect Number PS11747032
Used with stand mixers.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
Removed mixer motor housing by removing 5 obvious screws.Removed plastic transmission cover by removing 4 obvious screws.Down load parts exploded drawing from PartSelect.comFound the worn part by the shiny teeth on the large gear.Found the large worm gear on the drawing and ordered the gear, and associated bearings. Did not need the seal.Removed worn part, assembled new gear and beargings in same manner as the worn part, and placed new part in mixer. Replaced transmission cover gasket.Repacked grease from transmission cover onto the new gear.Replaced transmission cover (4 screws).Replaced mixer motor housing (4 screws).Replaced mixer trim band around the motor houseing joing. (1 screw).Plugged it and and it works, good as new.
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sat on the kitchen table and with a screwdriver started to disasemble the mixer,hardest part was taking snap ring off (easy after you buy snap ring pliers)as gears were lifted off noticeable wearing was present on all parts. the bearing housing on the gearcase was broken lose, the only major expense. the other parts are not expensive so i decided to renew all parts. glad i did felt proud of myself when job was done. would do it again Joe
Easy ; remove belt ( 1 screw ) remove cover , and there is the complete drive . I still need the top plastic cover which is cracked and broken where the bolts go through . Please quote this part .Conradt
Taking apart the machine is really easy. I was worried the grease would have spilled all over the places, but when the machine is cool, the grease is solid, so no spill. Replace the parts is quite straightforward, and there are plenty of tutorials on line. The only tip is that the grease used by KitchenAid is dark, and it is not easy to see all the small parts when you take the gearbox apart, so pay attention at what you do and at what you throw away... when I got to put it back together I missed a special concave washer which must have been trapped in the grease. Other than that... it has been an easy repair, the mixer is back up and running and I saved a ton on $$$
inspected and replaced worn components
Removed the top housing.Visual inspection revealed a cracked gear housing.Removed the 4 screws to remove the housing.Removed the gear retaining clip and inspected the gears and pin.The housing was the only problem.Noticed the plastic housing locating pins were missing and were stuck in the bottom aluminum housing pin receptacles. Carefully drilled out and cleaned debris. Installed the new gear housing with gasket.Tested the machine then replaced the top housing.
Replaced cracked plastic gearcase/transmission with new medal one and replaced hub bevel gear attachment, bevel gear and gasket.
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