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Locate Your Mixer Model Number
If you need to find replacement parts for your mixer, you’ll want to know the model number. You can find it in your original owner’s manual. If you don’t have that, you may have to search a bit on your mixer to find the information you need to get the right parts.

Check on the back of the unit, and also on the sides for a sticker or ID tag with the relevant information. You may also find the model number on the mixer’s nameplate as some manufacturers use the machine’s name for their model number. Once you find the number you need, you can enter it into the box above to bring up a list of parts specific to your machine.

Still having trouble finding that number? Give us a call and one of our customer service experts will be glad to help you locate the information you need.
Help Fixing Your Mixer
Some mixer repairs are trickier than others. If you need to replace a gear or a motor, you may not know how to approach the repair at first. Some repairs are more straightforward, but if yours is complicated you may want a little help.

Luckily, we aim to provide you with more than just the parts you need for your repair. We also want to arm you with the knowledge you need to get it done from the beginning to the end. Check out our Repair Center where you can find step-by-step articles guiding you through a number of mixer repairs. Or you can check out Repair Forum where our experts are ready to answer any questions you may have about any snags you encounter during your repair.

With eReplacementParts, you’re covered from the start of your repair all the way through the finished project.
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Mixer Parts Shipped Fast
We know what a pain it is when your mixer stops working. It’s the cornerstone of many a kitchen, and replacements can cost hundreds of dollars. Taking your mixer to a repair shop can cost hundreds of dollars, too, and can also take days or weeks to repair. Luckily, there’s a better option.

All our in-stock mixer parts--and we stock hundreds--ship within 24 hours. That means you can spend less time mixing things by hand, or not mixing at all, and more time beating eggs, cream, and mixes with the ease your mixer offers. You’ll also save a pretty penny by choosing to repair your mixer at home rather than at a costly shop.

If you don’t find the parts you need on our site, we’d like to help you get what you need. We can help you get special orders and even drop shipments; just give us a call and we will do whatever we can to help you get the parts you need.
A Long Mixing History
The first mixers were the hand-cranked egg beaters that still resemble the ones we use today. They were developed in the mid-19th century by Ralph Collier in Baltimore. Electric mixers soon followed, thought prior to the 1920s, very few were found in homes. By the ‘30s, more and more homes started having mixers, including the stand versions that people know and love today.