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How to replace/ clean the brushes in the Kenwood Chef- Titanium kmc010

Dear readers,

I have the following problem (since yesterday) with my Kenwood Chef-Titanium kmc010 (3 years old);

When I started the engine, It's spinning around a bit but with shocks.

Sometimes he even does not run (continuous) and I need him cranking up.

The gear operates noticeably, but the engine does not come at the correct speed.

I think I have to clean the carbon-brushes. (there could be some leaked juice in it).

So, I decided to open the machine. (what I've been doing for years with broken machines)

After removal of the drive belt, the motor is still spinning around a bit with same shocks.

I note:

- The electronics (in the Speed Control Module) look fresh and do not stink or smoke.

The motor:

-The Small Pulley does not have a Tension Pin or Screw .. (see picture)

-The back fan also has no Tension Pin or screw ...

-The plastic motor-jacket is completely closed.

-There are 2 mounting screws in the chassis. After removal, everything is still stuck.

So the Pulley has to be removed? But how? Pulling, heating, striking, sawing?

Who can help me with this?

Thanks in advance.

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We had a similar issue and wanted to check the carbon brushes.

There is no need to remove the pully, The black plastic housing need to be removed.

Use a flat screwdriver to go under the housing and loose two hooks, one on each side.

Then you could pull the housing from the motor, but be careful with the cables.

We removed the cables connected to the motor first.

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I have the same problem but i need to replace ball bearing . Who can help me ?


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I need to replace the pulley with a new one. How to remove it?

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I also need to replace the small pulley as the teeth have ground away. Any advice would be welcomed


You need two flat screwdrivers to pop it off. Place the a screwdriver under the pulley on each side and gently but with a little force you can apply pressure lateral to the ax and away from the body of the motor.


Any idea how to get the black cooling fan off the bottom? I can seem to loosen the black casing but the fan doesn't want to budge and I can't get directly to the shaft so too much pressure looks like it would break the plastic?


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