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We'll Help You Find Your KitchenAid Model Number

Last modified on 10-04-2013
Due to the variety of products that KitchenAid makes, not all of the parts will fit on all of the models. This is why we require a valid KitchenAid model number before you can start browsing for parts. If you already came prepared with this number, enter it in the search box on this page to quickly start shopping. Otherwise, keep reading to learn where this may be located.

Compactors: On the inside of the compactor's sliding door.
Microwave ovens: Inside the door.
Blenders: Beneath the blender on the base of the unit.
Food processors: Beneath the push-button controls on the base of the food processor.
Hand mixers: On the bottom of the mixer, adjacent to the mixer attachment holders.
Stand mixers: On the bottom and back of the stand mixer.
Toasters: On the bottom of the toaster, adjacent to the electrical cord.

This is just an example of the many products KitchenAid produces. If you don’t see your appliance on this list and can’t find your model number, give us a call and one of our technicians will happily help you find it. We're open Monday - Friday and can be reached toll-free at (866) 802-6383.
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KitchenAid Repair Resources

You know exactly what KitchenAid does: they make some of the best stand mixers and other kitchen appliances on the market. Whether it’s their blenders, food processors, or renowned mixers, you can count on KitchenAid products to deliver again and again.

But sometimes things break--and in the case of mixer worm gears, they are sometimes meant to break before a mixing load causes more expensive and extensive damage. If that’s happened to you, we’re glad to be in your corner. We stock a full range of KitchenAid spare parts and continue to add more to cover the increase in demand and new models.

We also offer you the help you'll inevitable need, to properly fix up your KitchenAid. This help can be found in a number of different places. The Repair Forum, Repair Center and our YouTube channel are all resources that can help you through different parts of your repair.

Our customer service team and our Repair Forum are the best places to get your tough questions answered. This includes help diagnosing problems, ordering parts and even help navigating our parts diagrams.

The Repair Center and YouTube channel are the go-to destination for anyone looking for guides. These include maintenance guides, repair guides and installation guides. And since they come in both article and video format, you'll have no problem following allowing while working on your KitchenAid.
Check out our helpful repair resources below...
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Backwards Compatibility Gets a New Meaning
Did you know attachments for KitchenAid mixers from the 1930s will still work on KitchenAid mixers today? Though the company has been around since 1919, it was during this time that they expanded their market, with mixers on Navy ships, at big and small restaurants, and an increasing presence in homes. In the ‘30s they streamlined the design, resulting in a mixer that has changed very little--at least in terms of how the attachments work--in more than 80 years.
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