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KitchenAid 9703337 Replacement Gear-Centre Parts
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- This is an O.E.M. authorized part
- Fits various KitchenAid models
- OEM Part Number 9703337
- The item is manufactured in United States
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This is an O.E.M. authorized part. Fits various KitchenAid models. OEM Part Number 9703337. The item is manufactured in United States.
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Then I figured out that my mixer's gear housing had been bent out of alignment. It was too slight to see, but enough to misalign the gears and guarantee that this thing would break every single time. I replaced the housing and haven't broken a gear since.
I'd give this gear more stars if the quality were higher. It's a sintered metal gear, with absolute minimal finishing work, and heat treatment that only seems adequate. In other words, good enough for the job, but just barely. I've had the dubious privilege of having and breaking several of these now, so I have a sense of the variability and surface qualities, and of what the metal looks like on the inside.
Not that it matters ... if you break one of these, you're going to need another, and there's only one choice.
After installing the product, I thoroughly cleaned out all the shavings from the previously sheared gear, put in plenty of new grease, and closed up the mixer. Running it with no load went well, but 30 seconds into mixing a 3 cup dough on speed 2 the mixer quit spinning. I opened it back up and found that 3 teeth had sheared completely off the new gear and more were loose.
Long story short, this is an inferior product being passed off and I am contacting the seller I bought it from immediately to request a refund.
This new gear fit fine and initially worked well, but the metal is apparently weaker than the original part. After about four months of light use (especially no grinding of frozen meat!), the mixer quit working. This replacement part has the following failures:
1. On the bottom side, the two flat surfaces that allow it to mate with the gear below it are both warped, with uneven, rough edges. The metal has obviously deformed. This is the failure that actually caused the mixer to stop working, because it can no longer mate with the piece underneath.
2. On the top side, four of the teeth have cracks at their upper and lower ends, and the teeth are visibly warped slightly to the left. Even the teeth that don't have visible cracks are slightly warped.