How do I assemble my Heavy Duty Electric Mixer?

Instructions and Maintenance for the Heavy Duty Electric Mixers
Part Numbers: 15201, 15202, 15231, and 15232

 

Assembly instructions: Remove the backplate from the electric motor and install the electric cord leads according to the instructions supplied with the motor for low voltage. Replace the motor backplate.

 

Using the 4 - 5/16” X 1” carriage bolts with nuts and washers bolt the motor to the motor bracket plate. Using the 1/2” X 3” bolt with nut and washer, bolt aluminum C-clamp to the motor bracket plate. Attach motor coupling to the motor shaft and tighten the two set screws. Insert the 1/2" diameter shaft into the coupling and tighten the two set screws. Attach the propellers to the mixer shaft. The mixer is now ready for use. Note: the mixer shaft should be kept at least 2” from the bottom of the mixing container.   

 

Maintenance: follow the maintenance instructions for the motor that are supplied by the motor manufacture.

 

Replacement parts are available for these mixers. For help with replacement parts please contact us.

Article Title:
How do I assemble my Heavy Duty Electric Mixer?
Article Summary:
Instructions and Maintenance for the Heavy Duty Electric Mixers
Article Date:
5/29/2008
Article ID:
428
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