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To Whom it May Concer: At the school I work we have a Hobart D-300 Mixer. When we mix bread dough it pulls alot of current and trips the breaker. The max current draw on the name plate is 10.1 amps. I have seen the current go over 30 amps during the mixing process. Under no load the mixer pulls 7.8 amps. I dont have any information about this machine on paper and I can only go so far with troubleshooting. My questions to you are: Is it normal for the mixer to draw 7.8 amps under no load? And is their a manual online I can look at so I can check the oil levels and make sure I do not have a low oil/needs greasing condition. Thanks for your help and time, Kenneth Clayton Spartanburg Schools Dist#2

Posted by kenny8877 on Apr 22, 2008

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We did not find results for: to whom it may concer at the school i work we have a hobart d 300 mixer when we mix bread dough it pulls alot of current and trips the breaker the max current draw on the name plate is 10 1 amps i have seen the current go over 30 amps during the mixing process under no load the mixer pulls 7 8 amps i dont have any information about this machine on paper and i can only go so far with troubleshooting my questions to you are is it normal for the mixer to draw 7 8 amps under no load and is their a manual online i can look at so i can check the oil levels and make sure i do not have a low oil needs greasing condition thanks for your help and time kenneth clayton spartanburg schools dist 2.

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