How To Fix A KitchenAid Stand Mixer That Is Leaking Oil




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

Gitte stokowski: Thanks...great instructional video. Where can I get the food grade grease. I live in a small area and have checked all of the hardware stores..nothing.

Bob Amand: Should the replacement grease be a nice light green color? The replacement Benalene I received in the can was a dark brown. Did I get a bad batch? What grease are you using? Thanks for a great, simple, clear video.

Manet Reyes: hi... awhile back I tilted the head of the moxer and some oil leaked under its neck. Do I have to replace that oil,or is that melted grease?

Karen T: You are a natural teacherI, and I LOVE your videos!! My 15-year old KA stand mixer has been leaking oil around the decorative/finishing band for quite some time now, and at least I now know why and how to remedy it when I'm up to it! And you are absolutely correct...my mixer has done more sitting that being used throughout the years. The fact that the oil that leaks is thin makes it pretty clear that the grease has separated. Thank you!!!!

Mike Scott: Mine has been leaking for some time. Decided to google a repair tip and found your video. Very helpful. Thanks.

Chuck Eby: Need help. Followed easy instructions. Worked well until putting housing on. As I flipped it over to put back on, a large gear fell into the new grease. I can't figure out where it came from. It is a flat head gear with inch long post with square opening. This square female open obviously goes on some post that I can't locate. Anyone?

Ed Lewandoski: EXACTLY what I was looking for! Thanks for taking the time to make this video!

Perl Aviva: I just fixed my kitchen aid! Thanks a lot for your very good video. regards from switzerland






Teresa Teague: Great video! My husband and I did this and everything went smoothly. Thank you!

jim v: excellent job

Jeff Gillan: Very clear and easy to follow. Thank you.

Elena Kaczorowski: What grease do I use to replace the old grease?

anna biagetti: hi, thanks for your video!! can you link where I can buy any grease for food machine ?

Efrain Palacios: Hi, I have a KitchenAid Artisan and when the shaft rotates of the whisk makes an internal noise as if he lacks lubrication, What should I review?

Timothy Orion: Awesome! Thank you so much! : )

Dan Bonacum: He never replaced the gasket so the leak will still be there. Mending Shed has the parts as well as Ebay but I'm going to use silicone gasket maker because I'm cheap.

Maui 777: Hi Mark- Thank you very much for the video. It was great help and we are now up and running perfect. Great job!!!

dulcimiel1: We were trying but the retaining pin would not come off. Any suggestions. We have the exact model. Thanks!

Leesa White: Do you have a video to show how to disassemble a KA Professional 5? It does not appear to have the same screw pattern that the 6 has. Do the four large phillips-head screws that bolt the top to the base have to be removed? Your videos have been very clear and helpful.
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