How To: Replace the carbon brushes inside a KitchenAid stand mixer at home

Replace the carbon brushes inside a KitchenAid stand mixer at home

Has your KitchenAid stand mixer completely given out and won't even turn anymore? We know this can be extremely frustrating, especially when you're in the middle of mixing a pie filling, but don't just give up and get a new one.

Finish up your recipe by simply replacing the brushes inside your mixer.

KitchenAid stand mixer brushes wear down over time until they must be replaced. This repair video explains how to replace your KitchenAid stand mixer brushes at home.

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2 Comments

thank you it was very helpful, I like to mention I could not find the second notch in the mixer and when I put the new set of carbons, the machine did not work , so I do not know if it requires further adjustment or just I did it wrong

Hi z Mark. Its the wee hours but I will get my mixer out in morning. I bought brushes a couple of years ago but it still smoked on me.maybe I didn't get them in the little box. The other thing I did was on the very back I took the cap off where the wires are and I don't know how to reattach. I thought the smoke was coming from back there. J have had it 40 yes without a problem and neighbor borrowed it and brought it back broken. Really cannot afford a new one. Really appreciate your brush directions. Thank you so much.

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