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Your engine's type number is the second part of the model number stamped on your Briggs & Stratton engine (see picture).
KitchenAid stand mixers usually stop spinning because of a failed worm gear, and this video explains how to fix the problem at home.
Oil leaking form a KitchenAid mixer is a common issue, and following this aritcle's steps to replace the mixer's gearbox grease will easily solve the problem.
KitchenAid stand mixer power cords must be replaced with they wear or short out, and this video explains how to install a new mixer power cord at home.
If the beater on your KitchenAid stand mixer is hitting the mixer bowl, this video's beater height adjustment tips will solve the problem.