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KitchenAid Standmixer Model KSM90

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soccerfreak

I have a kitchenAid stand mixer model ksm90.  Although the speed control does increase when the lever is increased, the slowest speed is too fast.  At the slowest speed it will fling flour out of the mixing bowl.  Any suggestions what needs replaced or fixed would be great.  Also, if a part is required where can it be purchased?

Thanks

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MrApplianceMatt

There should be a 2 part plastic cover that clips to the top of the bowl that prevents your dry ingredients from being cast from the bowl until they are incorporated. This is a tilt head model. My wife has the model where the head raises and lowers via crank assembly and even on the lowest speed will cast out dry ingredients without the cover. https://producthelp.kitchenaid.com/Countertop_Appliances/Stand_Mixers/Stand_Mixer_Tips_and_Tricks/Which_Pouring_Shield_Fits_My_Mixer%3F

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Terry Carmen
On 11/27/2019 at 1:06 PM, soccerfreak said:

I have a kitchenAid stand mixer model ksm90.  Although the speed control does increase when the lever is increased, the slowest speed is too fast.  At the slowest speed it will fling flour out of the mixing bowl.  Any suggestions what needs replaced or fixed would be great.  Also, if a part is required where can it be purchased?

Thanks

The lowest speed should be slow enough to not fling stuff around.

You need a new speed control, but I don't know who sells parts.

 

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Vance R

Part are available from Partselect or Ereplacementparts. Youtube has several videos on this mixer.

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