naile demirel: Naile it is help me a lot.. thanks a lot..it is definitely worth video...
C Smith: When I get the adjustment right, the head lock wont engage, several people have asked about this without getting an answer. The only way I can see to fix it, is to file some metal off the latch or the hole it goes in. Is there a way to make an adjustment inside the mixer housing?
tanguerochas: At the closest setting, my mixer (Professional 600 6 quart KF26M2CCA) will not touch the dime. The beaters are about 1/4-1/2 inch from the bottom of the bowl. The person doing the chats on the Kitchenaid site said that this is the way the mixer is designed but did not give any reasons.
Jackie Kelly: We got a new glass bowl for our 10 year old mixer. This video was very helpful. Thank you! We now know how to adjust our beater height!
ciaocat33: Hello, I tried adjusting the height of the beaters by turning the screw counterclockwise, and the beater still hits the bottom of the bowl. Is there any other way to raise the height of the head?
Bob Vicari: Trying to figure out how I can adjust the mixer blade/whip to get a better position for scraping the sides. I always have to stop the mixer and scrape the sides with a spatula in order to get a complete and thorough mix of the ingredients.
paul benard: Thanks, will try this.
shmuelyosef1: My Artisan KSM150 has a similar problem...adjusting the height of the head/blades also affects the lock. If I lower mine so the standard beater just touches the dime as indicated in this video, then the lock lets the head rock up and down pretty much (when loaded like for kneading bread dough) but stays locked. If I set it too high, the lock just works loose. It seems that there is a pretty narrow window where it locks tight and has sufficient clearance. Pretty much the only thing I do with my mixer is make bread dough, so it's always working pretty hard, but not for very long (3-4 minutes).
Ilias ily: Thank u a lot....
Charlotte Eve: Thank you so much!!
luckyXtwo: Thank you! Short, sweet, and to the point.
Janice Walsh: Thank you so much!
Julia Braude: great and easy fix...thanks!
Cindy Noble: thank you that fixed my problem fast and simply
Dan Falls: My Kitchen Aid material was the last present my Mother bought me before she passed away. I noticed that the material was wearing off the beater by hitting the bottom of the bowl. Your video helped me raise the beater.....THANK YOU!
Scott Smith: Thanks! You saved me a trip to the Kitchenaid store! Much appreciated.
John P Sargeant: One half turn and my beater no longer rubs the bowl. Thank you very much for this demonstration.
schynam: Thank you!!
NewYorkDz1: Thank you, just fixed my mixer bg watching your video
Michelle Moreno: Worked like magic!
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