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.
pjsundlie: I also would like to know the appropriate grease to be using.. Thank you for the video. Just pulled mine out of storage after a few years..
André Lemaire: Wow ! this video his very helpful. Thank you Mark !
Nancy Rodgers: I replaced the grease from the gear box put it back together and now it does not have power at all. What area of the machine should I trouble shoot to find out why their is not power now.
Spud Martin: OOPS! My mixer is a Kitchenaid/Hobart K5SS lift bowl from 1985 .
Spud Martin: I replaced the brushes, which as you know, is a very easy job. When removing the brush cap with a flat head screwdriver, the plastic type female part that the brush cap screws into broke. It was not even stuck and it broke with no force. I super glued it back and it is holding up for now. I would like to order to order a new part but I do not know what the part is called and how to replace it. Can you help?
Papa Steve: What type or weight of grease is required
Brent Cummings: Excellent easy step by step instructions. Thank you!
Ann Z: Where can you get the new gasket? Kitchenaid doesn't sell it :(
Liz B: Thank you so much for posting this video. While following this easy to understand video, I re-greased my 15 year old Kitchen Aid Classic with no issues. It runs like a dream now.
Kristal Powell: My mixer is leaking oil or grease at the bottom where it spins. So is mine the same thing just needs grease replaced or does it need more? Thanks
Caroline Badgett: Thank you so much. I was able to follow your video and fix my mixer. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.
Rod M: Awesome video. Always love watching your stuff. Very clear and concise without a bunch of extra jibber jabber.
Don Bouchard: That was very helpful! Thank you! We have had our Kitchenaid over twenty-five years. It's been growling, and I think it needs grease.
sharon love: Thank you. I will try this and let you know how I did.
Cindy Duim: My daughter and I just replaced the lubricant in my OLD Kitchen Aid Mixer. We set everything up on the dining room table covered by newspapers. Our mixer is older than this one but we modified the instructions just a bit and all was well. Setting the head back on the base after cleaning and lubing turned out to be a bit challenging since the axle thingy had shifted a bit and we had to figure this out to get it to rotate and thus align correctly. Great instructions and now the mixer is in great shape. Oatmeal bread coming up!
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