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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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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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My Kitchenaid Mixer is not powerful enough. When I am making dough I set it to the highest speed and it still gets stuck. I have checked the worm gear and everything looks fine so I'm thinking that it is the motor. Are there any parts in the motor that go bad? This mixer is my favorite kitchen appliance!

Andy for Model Number K45


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As soon as I plug in the power cord, the mixer starts at low speed, goes through all speeds OK. Will not shut off. when I move switch to off it only goes to low speed. After moving selector several times, and slamming it to off, it now works normal. what should I be looking at as a cause? I want ot be ready if it happens again.

Bob Peterson for Model Number KSM90


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