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Phase Control Board

Part Number: AP4568339
MFG Part Number: W10325124
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Mixer Control Board.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10325124 (AP4568339) replaces 9706595, 1877249, 4162404, 4162405, 4162406, 4162646, 4163709, 4163711, 4163714, 4169863, 9701268, AH3407962, EA3407962, PS3407962.

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Mixer will not do any thing, unable to get any electricty passed the end of the entrance cord. Do I need the control board.

Donald D. for Model Number K45SSWH

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After tripping my electrical outlet, my mixer started acting weird - shifting speeds, only going up to #6 speed (7-10 were the exact same). I read and saw a way to tune my speed so I followed this tutorial: http://www.fixya.com/support/t9656751-speeds_don_39_t_increase_after_6 It didn't feel right, since once tightened, the control plate didn't let the motor run... but I followed the tutorial anyway. When the stir finally started, it was making a terrible noise, but I thought it was because the nut wasn't tightened, so I moved to the next step. Then the mixer just died. I didn't smell anything, so nothing burned out, but no amount of tightening and loosening of the control plate got it to work again. I realize I broke something in the process, but I don't know what... the phase control board? The speed control plate? The governor? I'd rather not spend more on parts than I have to.

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When turned on, the mixer hesitates for a couple of revolutions and then does nothing.

Joe for Model Number KSM75WH1

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When trying to change speeds, the speed will change part way thru range, then stop speeding up. What is needed to fix this. Control board??

Charles C for Model Number KSM90 KitchenAid mixer

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What causes it not to start up and it smells like electricity burning?

Jaquan for Model Number KSM150PSER1

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I'm having trouble narrowing down the part that is going bad in my mixer. It started when under a larger load (mixing dough) and has worsened to light loads like whipping butter. When under a load my mixer will slow down and really work to complete a rotation. If it runs like this for a few minutes it starts to get hot. My initial thought was that it might be a speed sensor (governor?) or the speed control plate. Since it seems to be a little wonky when turning on without a load too. For an experiment I just turned it up to 10 from a stop. (no attachments) It sped up to what sounds like a 6 and hovered between 4-7 for about 10 seconds then crept up to about an 8. It will burst up to nearly full before coming back down and doesn't stay at a constant speed. Then I thought maybe phase control board since one of the questions here sounds similar to what I'm experiencing. Then I thought perhaps motor itself. Any ideas? Thanks! ~Brian

Brian for Model Number KSM150PSER

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