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Preeti mixie stopped working

I brought a preeti silver eco plus mixer from india.i stay in USA.i got its power conversion to 110V.it suddenly stopped when preparing dosa batter.overload button also not responding.i brought it 2 mnths back,it was working well all these months.is there any service centre in USA?

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  • akshatharaj_
    akshatharaj_ Feb 24, 2012

    Same problem! I bought the same mixer today and it stopped suddenly after using it for 2min! (while preparing dosa batter). I dono wheather i can fix it or return it. Any solution?

  • akshatharaj_
    akshatharaj_ Feb 24, 2012

    Same problem! I bought the same mixer today and it stopped suddenly after using it for 2min! (while preparing dosa batter). I dono wheather i can fix it or return it. Any solution?

  • jayashree May 29, 2013

    same problem in mine .Do u have a # to the chicago center for repairs?

  • Shama Jun 11, 2013

    Did you check the solution I wrote below?

  • MALARKODI SUBBAIYAN
    MALARKODI SUBBAIYAN Aug 11, 2017

    Same problem here, I unscrewed, and noticed the white wire is hanging without connected any where. Is it supposed to be connected any where?

  • Prajwal Kulkarni
    Prajwal Kulkarni Jun 26, 2018

    Same problem

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I know it is kind of late to answer this, but those who are looking anew for a solution to this problem might find this helpful so writing my experience. I also brought a Preethi mixie, 110V from India and in less than two uses of about 5-10min it stopped. I searched everywhere for a solution and even called service center in Chicago (yes, there is one in Chicago, IL) and finding it difficult to go there and get it repaired, I dared to open it.


I am glad I did as I noticed a connector wire (with a plastic seal/insulator) is burnt. It is a simple fix and I cleaned the burnt part and carefully exposed the wire a little bit more and connected it back to the other wire as it is supposed to and put the insulator back in its place. I started the mixer and its working now :)

I have been using it for a month now since I fixed it to make dosa batter, chutneys etc and it is still working. So I think this is the problem most of us had with mixer not working after few minutes of usage and even the overload button not working. Try this and let me know if this solved your problem.
Happy Cooking!

Posted on Feb 25, 2013

  • Shama Jun 11, 2013

    Did you check the solution given below?

  • kazisajida13
    kazisajida13 Jan 29, 2014

    Shama can u put the picture of the thing you saying u fixed , meaning can you show me in pictures what you exposed

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Your circuit breaker (load protection button) was popping for a reason and that reason has evidently gotten much worse. Possible causes are a short circuit in the wiring of the motor or a heavy mechanical load on the motor such as a bad bearing. Here is the service manual for your mixer. It contains all the information you need to fix your problem.

http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/mendingshed/kitchenaidservicemanual.pdf

Once you have isolated the problem here is the parts list so that you can search the internet by part number for the replacement part.

http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/assets/pdfs/literature/Repair%20Part%20List%20-%208212369.pdf

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