Hall Effect Sensor (Fig. 15)
The various speeds of the blender are maintained
under varying load conditions with a hall effect
sensor (20), located at the bottom of the motor (17).
To remove the hall effect sensor (20), use a flathead
screwdriver to open two tabs (21) that hold the hall
effect sensor (20) to the motor (17). Disconnect
connector (12) from the control board (9).
Always test the unit for proper operation after you have
completed a service procedure.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into grounded outlet.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death, ﬁ re or electrical shock.
Always check the blender for the presence of soil
from earlier food preparation and clean it before
repackaging. The blender power base and lid can be
cleaned with a mild soap solution applied to a damp
cloth and wiped dry with a soft towel. The blender jar
can easily be cleaned by placing it in an automatic
You can also fill the jar half full of warm water and add a
few drops of liquid dishwasher detergent. Cover the jar
and blend the mixture in the "STIR" position for 10 - 20
seconds. Shut the blender off and unplug the unit from
the AC outlet. Rinse the blender jar with clean water
and dry with a clean towel.
BLENDER SERVICE MANUAL
Model and Serial Numbers
KITCHENAID MODEL NUMBER DESIGNATIONS
K = KitchenAid
SB = Standard Blender
A = Australian
B = Britain
AC = Almond Creme
ER = Empire Red
GR = Imperial Grey
OB = Onyx Black
WH = White
MY = Majestic Yellow
ENGINEERING CHANGE (0, 1, 2, 3, ETC.)
KITCHENAID SERIAL NUMBER DESIGNATIONS
W = Greenville
YEAR OF PRODUCTION
P = 2003
R = 2004
WEEK OF PRODUCTION
PRODUCT SEQUENCE NUMBER
E = European
S = Swiss
BU = Cobalt Blue
PK = Pink
NK = Brushed Nickel
PM = Pearl Metalic
CR = Chrome
TG = Tangerine
S = 2005