Part Location Diagram of WPW10325124 Whirlpool Phase Control Board
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Phase Control Board WPW10325124

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PartSelect Number PS11752886
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10325124
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Product Description

Phase Control Board Specifications

Used with stand mixers.
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This part works with the following products:
Mixer.
This part works with the following products:
KitchenAid, Whirlpool.
Part# WPW10325124 replaces these:
AP6019577, 4162404, 4162405, 4162406, 4162646, 4163709, 4163711, 4163714, 4169863, 9701268, 9706595, W10325124, W10354307
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Mixer ran way too fast at slow speeds.
‘Can’t remember well enough to describe accurately. Removed one screw to remove rear cover. Removed two screws to remove bright-metal band - probably not necessary but it did yield a bit more working space. IIRC, three screws and removing wires from spade-connectors was sufficient to remove the speed control plate. Remove one more screw to remove phase control board (probably unnecessary). I took close-up pictures with my iPhone first to assure wires would get replaced on the proper lugs (only to discover the wiring diagram later). Adjusting the control plate to meet the speed criteria in the instructions was very easy. It did serve to remind me that I probably didn’t need either of the new parts; readjusting the old speed control plate would probably have done it. But I appreciate the POM brought on by the new parts.

It’s an incredible pleasure to work on something so well-made as this old Kitchen-Aid mixer. I just enjoyed handling it! Having achieved a proper repair was rather satisfying too. I just loved the entire experience!
Other Parts Used:
Phase Control Board Speed Control Plate
  • Allen from NORTH STREET, MI
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers, Wrench set
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Updated 1970's KitchenAid Mixer Electronics
I did some research and evaluated a modern day Kitchen Aid Mixer. Looked a the wire diagram and found out what items I needed. Ordered them from Partselect. Overall Mixer is updated and running. I made up some cookie dough with it. The Project took a few evenings due to rewiring the coils on the motor/armature and modifying the rear bearing bracket to hold the Phase control board (not OEM on 70's mixers). Then put it back together and adjusted the speed control.
Other Parts Used:
LINK-SPEED Phase Control Board O-Ring Transmission Case Gasket BRKT-BEARG End Seal
  • James from BROOKFIELD, WI
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
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Speed control not working properly
Replaced the speed control plate and phase control board and works well. Pay attention to speed control board spring and adjustment lever when reassembling.
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Phase Control Board Speed Control Plate
  • Reid from MONTICELLO, MN
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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Mixer operarates at high speed only.
Removed old one and replaced with new one.
  • GALO from DECATUR, GA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Mixer would not turn on
Pulled off end cover. Used the how-to video's to show me how to remove the (3) components (watch out when it comes to removing the spring). Removed all (3) components (one issue was the black cardboard seal, which because of its age broke. Hindsight tells me that I should have purchased a replacement seal along with the (3) new parts.
Other Parts Used:
Speed Governor Phase Control Board Speed Control Plate
  • Tom from MARTINEZ, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
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Mixer was overloaded, and began to smell hot and make noise. Did not recover when load was removed.
I disassembled the mixer using a YouTube video as a guide. Disassembly was easy, as everything was held together with pins and threaded fasteners, and all electrical connections were plug-on.

Cleaning out the old grease was messy and time-consuming. I used a putty knife, screwdrivers (used them like small putty knives in the crevasses), paper towels, and finally, small cloths dampened with alcohol. After about a hour (maybe 90 minutes) everything actually looked like new.

I originally diagnosed the problem as the plastic gear loosening up from it's hub, so I ordered the complete gear tower assembly. It turned out not to be the problem- the gears were fine. With the gears removed to eliminate load, I applied power and saw that the original symptom was still there.

Further research turned up that this symptom is more likely a failed field coil, or possibly the phase control board. I ordered both from PartSelect. In the meantime, I tested the armature by measuring the resistance across the brushes as I slowly turned it by hand. At every angle, the resistance was about 7.5 ohms. Nothing lower, and no opens, so I'm pretty sure the armature is OK.

The phase control board arrived, but as of this writing, the field coil has been back ordered for almost a month. While I waited, I tried a partial reassembly of the head with the new board, and it worked! This weekend, I'll finish reassembly of the motor unit to the base/gearbox and calibrate the speed governor. In addition to the new gear tower and phase control board, it has new grease, seals, and both side levers (tilt and speed control) that had lost their knobs some time ago.

Hopefully it will be ready for another quarter century of use!
Other Parts Used:
Phase Control Board Speed Control Lever Transmission Case Gasket End Seal
  • James from WEST NEWBURY, MA
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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SPEED WENT CRAZY, VERY VERY FAST. NO CONTROL AT ALL EXCEPT OFF
INSTALLED PHASE CONTROL BOARD AND SPEED CONTROL PLATE, BOTH AT SAME TIME
Your DYI video was helpful, especially holding the spring with a cloth. Also good for fine tuning to get the speed exact
Other Parts Used:
Phase Control Board Speed Control Plate
  • Doug from ELKHART, IN
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers, Wrench set
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Control stuck in high gear.
With the mixer being over 30 years old we believed it has going to have to be replaced. However, my husband jumped on uTube and looked at reviews for the problem. Motor was only running on high speed. Reviews said to replace the phase control board. Repair was very quick by just taking off the cover. Removing the old board and connecting the new. Mixer is working awesome once again. In such a disposable society it is great to be able to fix vs trash. Happy Baker.
  • Ann from OSSINEKE, MI
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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BOARD-PHAS POINTS WORN AWAY AND 1 BRUSH STUCK AGAINST COIL
Took out stuck brush assy cleaned it and the coil and reinstalled it.
Googled internet to see how to best remove and replace Board-Phase as no instructions came with parts. Actual work replacing parts took only a few minutes. The main work was tearing down the working head to get to the parts and putting it back together. Also had to google how to adjust speed control plate to the correct speed. It helps to have patience and instructions.
Other Parts Used:
BOARD-PHAS WASHER Phase Control Board Speed Control Plate
  • Kenneth from MERRY HILL, NC
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
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Only worked on high speed
Followed the video on your website and it was super simple!
Other Parts Used:
BOARD-PHAS Speed Governor Phase Control Board Speed Control Plate
  • Barry S. from OLIVE BRANCH, MS
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
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Randy
November 6, 2018
When you shut off speed control sometimes the lever moves back to on and won't stay in stop position
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Hello Randy, thank you for your question. You will want to disassemble the upper planetary unit where the speed control lever is. Once inside you should be able to tell if the lever is bent, and not locking in the off position, if the speed control plate is the part that is not holding the lever back in the off position or if the spring the lever is attached to is the culprit. Here are the part numbers you may potentially need. Speed Control Plate PartSelect Number: PS11748567, Control Plate Spring Part Number: PS11740854 and Speed Control Lever Part Number: PS11747016. I hope this helps!

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Susan
November 3, 2017
My KitchenAid mixer will not turn on. It was working and then would stall in mid gear. Then eventually when i turned it on there was no power. Not sure what part i should order. We have taken apart the machine thinking it might be the worm gear but that looks in tact. Could it be the electrical?
For model number KSM5PS0
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Hi Susan, Thank you for the question. I would first check the Motor Brush,PartSelect Number PS11753983. They can wear down and cause the problems you are having. See the link below on how to install them. This way you can open the mixer up to see if the brushes are the issue. Hope this helps! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwnMFrKVK3g

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Rick
January 15, 2018
Low speed sometimes not working. What are possible problem?Thank you
For model number KSM150PSWH
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Hello Rick, Thank you for your inquiry. We recommend checking the speed control plate and the speed governor first, then the speed link and the speed control levers. Hope this helps!

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Nigel
February 12, 2018
The mixer will not shut off. What parts do you recommend for this repair?
For model number K45SS
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Hello Nigel, thank you for your question. If the mixer doesn't shut off, the issue is either the Phase Control Board or the Speed Control Plate. I would recommend replacing those items. I hope this helps!

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Pedro
April 30, 2018
The machine does not start or run, possible cause?
For model number KSM150PSGC0
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Hi Pedro, Thank you for the question. I suggest testing the Phase Control Board with a multi meter to check for continuity. Hope this helps!

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David
December 22, 2017
Mixer won't turn on. Replaced brushes, and speed control board. Still won't work?
For model number KSM150PSWW0
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Hello David, Thank you for your inquiry. I would check your phase control board and the power cord. Hope this helps!

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Russ
February 25, 2019
This is a older hobart made kitchen aid mixer, need to replace the circuit (phase) board. The replacement parts look some what different, part used to be called a capacitor. Will the new style phase board work?
For model number k45ss
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Hello Russ, Thank you for contacting us. I have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you are looking for is PS12348306. Have a great day.

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Kelli
May 2, 2023
Hello, initially my KitchenAid mixer model K45SS would mix normally at the required speeds. However, after a period of time mixing on a high speed I sometimes need to revert to only "stir" or a low speed for a different phase of mixing. When I select a lower speed the mixer fails to slow down accordingly and continues to run at a high speed regardless, so I'm forced to turn it off completely to avoid making a mess or ruining the recipe. Does this problem require a new phase control board only, or do I need to order other parts in addition? Also, during my last time using the mixer, I think a bread dough was too strong a load for the mixer and it overworked, causing the planetary to stop spinning altogether. I'm guessing the worm gear might now be broken as well. Do you think any other parts may require replacement? Thanks in advance for your time and have a great day.
For model number K45SS
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Hi Kelli, Thank you for the question. For the gears, you will need to open the casing to check for damage. You may also need to replace the Speed Control Plate. The Speed Control Plate controls the speed settings for the mixer. We hope this helps!

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Larry
December 27, 2023
Mixer bogs down under load but speed is fine otherwise. Phase control board?? Brushes?
For model number K45SS
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Hi Larry, thank you for your question! It sounds like you have gears worn or damaged in the transmission. We suggest you take a close look at worm gear, part number PS11740516, to check whether it is worn or not. We hope this helps.

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Earl Mcguire
August 12, 2017
Is there a video explaining installing?
For model number K5SS
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Hi Earl, Unfortunately we do not have a video showing how to install the part. However it is a fairly simple installation. First you will disconnect power and then remove all your attachments and bowl from the appliance. Then at the back of your mixer, remove the screw on the top holding your back cover to the appliance. Once you have that removed there are two more screws holding a trim on to the mixer. There are on the bottom left and right hand sides just after you remove your cover. Unscrew those parts as well and gently remove the trim. Then you will remove the wires from the block. I would suggest taking a picture of the wires before removing them. Then it might make it easier for you when reinstalling the part. Once you remove all the wires, unscrew your black plate. Then you will reveal your board. There is one screw holding the board up at the top. Unscrew that and you have removed the part. Follow these steps backwards to put your appliance back together. Good luck with your repair!

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