Motor And Housing Unit Parts Illus. No. Part No. Description W10407578 Use and Care Guide W10451327 Bearing Support W10451328 Ball Bearing W10451326 Motor Adaptor W10451325 Control Panel W10451324 PCB Assembly W10451323 Nameplate W10451322 Terminal Block W10451321 120V Housing Base W10451320 Foot W10451329 Power Cord (2 Prong)
Introduction All KitchenAid Products are well designed. Normally they will give continual use year after year without service attention. Records have been maintained to determine and correct, through improved design, any troubles that might possibly develop. An effort has been made in preparation of this manual to cover them all.
SERVICE ENVIRONMENT The following Safety Guidelines should be adhered to when servicing this product. The workplace should be dry and sanitary at all times and all units should be inspected for cleanliness before any work is started. Visually inspect the unit requiring service in a well illuminated area. ...
7. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table or counter or touch hot surfaces. 8. Do not use an extension cord. ® 9. The use of accessories not recommended by KitchenAid may result in fire, shock, or injury to persons. 10. Do not use the food processor outdoors.
® NOTE: Power drivers are not recommended for servicing the KitchenAid Food Processor. ® The following equipment will greatly assist the technician in servicing the KitchenAid Food Processor: Low pressure compressed air to remove debris from food processor/components. ...
Check the bottom of the work bowl handle for interlock action. Proper interlock operation can be determined as shown below. Working - Interlock extended with lid on bowl and pusher fully seated. Non-working - interlock not extended with lid on bowl and pusher in place. Working and non-working bowl safety interlock ...
Service Procedures ® This manual is written as a step-by-step guide to disassemble and reassemble the KitchenAid Food Processor to gain access to the systems within the unit that are in need of repair. For models covered in this manual, refer to the index page.
4. Remove the (4) feet indicated in (Fig. 2) from the base of the unit by pulling on them. Fig. 2) Remove these (4) feet to get to the screws. 5. Using a Medium Philips screw driver, remove the four (4) screws securing the housing base to the motor housing. 6.
7. Remove the 2 Phillips Screws in the cord cleat.(Fig. 4) 8. Loosen the 2 flat head screws that hold the white and black power wires (blue and brown power wires on International).(Fig. 4) Filter for International Models Fig. 4) Remove Cord 9.
10. Remove the filler panel by the slicing adjustment knob.(Fig. 6) There is a clip on each side(Fig. 7), and a 3 one in the middle on the bottom use a flat screwdriver and release both clips(Fig. 8) Fig. 6) Filler Panel Fig.
Fig. 10 Remove motor screws 13. Remove the 4 small Phillips Screws that holds the PCB in place.(Fig. 11) Fig. 11 Remove control board screws 14. The motor and control board come out all in one piece.(Fig. 12) Fig. 12) Remove motor and control board together - 10 -...
15. Remove the control panel by pushing in on the clips around the panel. (Fig. 13) Fig. 13 Remove Control Panel Reassembly of Food Processor 16. Line up the gears and lower motor and control board in and Watch wires do not get pinched.(Fig. 14) Fig.
17. Replace 6 motor screws.(Fig. 15) Fig. 15) Motor Screws 18. Move the control board into place and replace the 4 screws and tighten.(Fig. 16) Fig. 16) Replace Control Board 19. Place speed control back on top of the motor and tighten screw.(Fig. 17) Fig.
20. Route the cord wires and Hook them up black to black and white to white. (International will be brown to black and blue to white) tighten the screws in the connector and the cord holder.(Fig.18)(Fig. 19) Fig. 18) Domestic Fig, 19) International 21.
23. Turn the unit right side up and replace the slicing disc sleeve by pressing it onto the motor shaft. Using a towel to help protect your fingers and press it into place. (Fig. 22) Fig. 22) Replace Slicing Disc Sleeve 24.
Appendix A Tools Required for Food Processor Service Fig. 25) Hand Tools required for repair of the 16qt. KitchenAid Food Processor Tool List: 1. Dead Blow Hammer 2. Phillips Screw Driver 3. Large Flat Head Screw Driver 4. Small Flat Head Screw Driver 5.
Appendix B Problem Guide Problem Cause Solution Work bowl cover will slicing disc or drive Make sure the disc is installed correctly and is positioned not close adapter properly on the drive adapter. Unit not plugged in Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet. Check the power supply receptacle to make sure it’s Faulty Power “hot.”...
Appendix C 13-cup Food Processor Screw Torques The screw torque values used in the assembly of the food processor are as follows: kgf.cm in.lb. Base to Motor Housing screws (x4) Power Cord Lock screws (x2) Power Cord Ground screw (x1) ...