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Re: Possibly-dead Welbilt

edler@research.nj.nec.com (Jan Edler)
Wed, 12 Oct 94 01:31:41 -0400
When it goes click but doesn't knead, I believe the motor is "dead".
In my case, we took it apart and found a couple of fuses.  One easy to
replace (not blown in my case) and one difficult (inside the motor
itself, a temperature-fuse).  We replaced the fuse (a non-trivial
operation, but possible if you don't mind taking the motor apart) and
the machine continued to work for some additional time (weeks or
months, I forget) before dying a more serious death (grinding away
the teeth on an important gear).

Good luck,
Jan Edler