How To Fix A KitchenAid Stand Mixer That Is Leaking Oil




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Joseph Thompson: As others have said, very clear and simple step-by-step directions. I was able to follow easily and complete the repair with no problems. Thanks!

David Mendez: Can't get any better than this...Simple to understand, Step by step, from the beginning to the end... 10 out of 10 Perfect "SCORE" from me!!! Keep up the Good Work!!!

Lynane A: Thank you. Clear, concise and thorough instructions. Great tips! Just saved me a trip to the repair shop. Excellent video!!

Brad and Dorothy Hammett & Kosiba: Great quality video, straight to the point directions. Our decades old machine is ready for another few decades. Thanks!

Sheryl Pieper: You really saved me a lot of money. My 30 + year old mixer works great. Thank you.

Bob Staples: Very helpful.  I used this to work on the exact model.  Thank you!

attrib230277: thanks for share ... is excellent your video.

nordia gayle: I have a Kitchen Aid Classis and it is growling. whenever I increase the speel it spins slower and you can actually smell the grease.

Dru Hanich: Excellent step by step video. I only had one problem. the planetary was very tight on the shaft. I had difficulty removing it. But quite a bit of difficulty replacing the planetary after I had replaced the grease. The shaft would move up into the motor head preventing the holes to completely align. I finally had the holes somewhat aligned. I used a finish nail to pry the shaft down. Also, my mixer is so old it didn't have a removable strain release so I had to remove the wires from the motor. Great tips of things to pay attention to.

Leslie Putnam: Excellent video...I hope my husband never has to do it.

Kenny Grant: I changed my grease and now there's no power what did I do wrong

Bas Kalkman: Thanks. Your instruction was very helpful.

Catherine Toth: Very informative! Your hint about how to rotate the planetary shaft to get that top on is a great tip! I wish I'd watched your video first..........it would have saved a lot of wrestling.

bmcgowan89: Excellent and very informative. I was able to use this to rescue our old Kitchen Aid. It had been leaking for some time--we even replaced it and I was already to the door of the dumpster with it when I thought I'd check You Tube. So glad I found this video and it explained everything so clearly that I was able to disassemble the unit, go on Amazon and order grease, and within a week I was able to provide this unit to my daughter. SHE is thrilled--she has a great $300+ mixer now for free!
If I had seen this earlier I would have saved ourselves from buying a new mixer.
Thanks for a great job.

khubbard1.8t: Does anyone else that has done this feel that there is entirely too much grease being used on the upper gears? I think the proof is when you pull it apart and a vast majority of the grease has been slung off the gears and well away from any useful location. It then begins to separate over time and create an oil leak. It seems to me enough to lubricate shafts and cover gear teeth would be sufficient.

Shaggy8675: Thanks for the great instructions :)

Gary Ott: Very helpful Thanks

Robert Walsh: Excellent, well defined instructions!

Nancy Davis: Thank You !!!

Michael Margolis: My mixer is a RRK150ww will this fix work with my model?
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