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First time on one of these. Got it going.. replaced snubber board, brushes and switch plate.

Question is on parts. snubber board

.two were given on Appliance part pro. I went with W10325124 30.95

other part num w10538289. much cheaper 7.12... whats the difference.

also found part num 9706595 cheap.

thanks for any info.

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nothing, nothing at all I don't think.  1st source had them cheap.  I think $7, I bought a few of them because 9/10 times the tilt top mixers have a bad phase board (snubber I guess?) or bad brushes. The brushes are cheap at servall as well. 

   I have been fixing 4-5 mixers a week.  A lot of commercial ones from small shops, even did one for John Besh, my first celebrity chef customer.  Though I only met his assistant, bummer. 


     A lot of money in repairing these for as cheap as parts are.   I only charge $45 to look at them, then just wing the rest, but it's so easy.  The professional models are the best, the whole gear and motor assembly is one $85 part, you charge whatever.  It takes five minutes to swap.   The ones like you have are my least favorite to do gear work on because of all the roll pins. 


    Whenever I change a phase board I always change the speed control as well, just because both parts are so cheap.  (Whirlpool parts to boot)


  I really like working on them.  In fact this Christmas I'm giving a few away because I keep buying up all the broken ones for under $80 I can find.

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