Vacuums R Us KitchenAid Mixer Repair Process
Some issues that you have with your KitchenAid mixer can not be easily fixed at home. When this happens, your best bet is to bring your machine experienced KitchenAid mixer repair center like ours in Boulder and Arvada. We know your KitchenAid mixer is an important part of your life. It helps you make delicious meals for your family and friends. But when it breaks, it can be a real pain. That’s where we come in. We’re the team of experts who can help you get your mixer back in working order. Trust us, we’ve seen it all before.
Let us have a quick look at our in-house KitchenAid mixer repair strategy.
Our KitchenAid technicians at Vacuums R Us & Sewing too are thorough in their testing of you machine. Typically, they repair the machine following a series of steps. For this, they run a series of tests. These tests are used to find any fault in your mixer that will need repair. The results are recorded so that comparison later is made easy.
To access the motor, we first need to remove the top cover. After the covers are removed, we carefully remove the motor, control unit, and the effect sensor utilizing a variety of tools. The motor is then assessed for any damages that may have occurred in the bearings, brushes, and leads. Any issues are recorded and submitted for replacement.
Checking the Planetary
After our specialists finish fixing the issues with the motor and control unit, they move on to inspect the planetary of the machine.
If we think of the motor and control unit as the heart and brain, the planetary would be most like the arms. The gears are responsible for transferring power from the motor to the mixing attachments, and any issue can prevent the mixer from working properly. Thus, our techs ensure that every gear, nut, bolt and bearing is in top-notch condition.
The grease on the moving parts of a mixer can cause damage if not properly oiled. To avoid this, we lubricate all required components with new lubricant before we finish! We also clean the interior of the machine, ensuring that the inside is clear of all dust, dirt, and debris.
Final Test Run
We run a few tests at the end to determine if there are any other issues with the mixer. We put it through the wringer, so to speak. We want to be sure that it can handle whatever you might throw at it. No one wants to use a faulty mixer, after all.
If the test results are satisfying, we finally contact you to inform you that your KitchenAid mixer is prepped and ready to make more delicious treats.