One of the most-repaired parts for a KitchenAid mixer is called the worm gear. Specific troubleshooting for other repairs can be done directly through KitchenAid's official website because replacement parts may vary depe... More »

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To troubleshoot a KitchenAid mixer, check the cord and plug for damage, test the outlet and circuit breaker, and restart the mixer to reset the functions and potentially solve the issue. Disassemble the mixer to check th... More »

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KitchenAid does not offer repair or replacement parts for vintage stand-up mixers like it does with its newer models. However, it may be possible to have an old mixer repaired by a technician who specializes in vintage a... More »

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A KitchenAid mixer can be used to make a wide variety of foods, including bread and baked goods. Foods such as pasta, sausage, shredded vegetables, ice cream and juices can be made with additional KitchenAid mixer attach... More »

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To troubleshoot a KitchenAid mixer, check the cord and plug for damage, test the outlet and circuit breaker, and restart the mixer to reset the functions and potentially solve the issue. Disassemble the mixer to check th... More »

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The 4.5-quart KitchenAid mixer models measure 14.12 inches deep, 13.94 inches high and 8.75 inches wide. These models weigh 25 to 29 pounds and have varying features. The dimensions and other specifications are available... More »

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Traditional bread recipes do not require conversion when using a KitchenAid mixer. The mixer handles the kneading of the dough, so there is no need to do it by hand. More »

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