With 10 speeds and more than 10 available attachments, the KitchenAid Classic Stand Mixer can whip up everything from pasta to ice cream, sausages to salsa and so much more. Endless possibilities! Discover the wide range of attachments for your Stand Mixer and enter a world full of endless possibilities. Key Features Excellent performance The original planetary action — where the beater rotates in one direction while it whisks and turns in the other, constantly pushing ingredients towards the center of the bowl.
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Under heavy loads with extended mixing time periods, the head may heat up to the point of being uncomfortable to touch. Speed Control The speed control of the mixer is attained through the use of a governor assembly mounted at the rear of the control plate assembly.
The electrical circuit is made and broken by the action of the fly ball governor revolving against the control plate. When the switch lever is moved to an ON position, the position of the control plate with respect to the governor is changed by the action of the switch lever.
When the control plate is set farther away, a greater motor speed is required before the governor starts breaking the circuit. The action of the governor is such that the speed of the motor will remain constant for a given setting of the control plate within certain loads.
After certain loads have been exceeded, the speed of the motor will drop to meet the torque requirements of the given load. Speed is controlled by the governor and the control plate in conjunction with the phase control.
A device called a triac is a part of the phase control circuit. This device determines the amount of power the motor sees dependent upon the condition of the control board contacts. If both contacts are open, about 40 volts RMS is applied to the motor and about 80 volts is applied when either contact is closed and the other is open.
The Voltage of the power supply should be within 10 volts either way of the voltage stamped on the mixer trimband and nameplate. As the switch lever is moved to successively higher positions, the speed of the beater increases until the 10 speed is reached. The mixer will run quietly in the lower speed range; however, some noise can be expected on the higher speed settings due to hum of gears and the motor.
When the mixer is first turned to the stir position, there may be a slight clattering, irregular noise. This noise will disappear as the lubrication in the gearcase warms up. Speed numbers 3, 5, 7 and 9 do not have definite notches. Power A mixer will have full power on all speed settings.
To check for full power, carefully hold the planetary with one hand and move the switch lever on and off with the other hand. At the stir position, it should not be possible to stall the planetary except by a very great effort; nor should the planetary slow down noticeably when the retarding pressure is applied. PAGE 1.
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