Question about KitchenAid Food Mixers
I have a KitchenAid Professional HD Stand Mixer with the 475 110 watt motor. I have used this in FR for five years using a converter to power the 110 motor on 220 current. This weekend my daughter plugged the mixer directly into the outlet and there was a loud "pop" and the mixer no longer functions. Should I be able to fix this by buying the replacement motor or should I expect additional damaged components, if so, which ??? It was the KitchenAid Professional HD Stand Mixer with the 475 110 watt motor. Also, does anyone know if a motor is produced for 110 to 240 volt for this product? Thanks.
The loud pop was probably the soft start circuit board on the motor. You can buy this board at repair sites or Ebay. And yes, they make 220V versions of this mixer.
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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