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Hobart A200 Sir, I've got a Hobart A200, an older one. The small 15 tooth gear in the transmission broke at the keyway. I've replaced the gear, and everything else in the machine looks really good. (I did discover the hard way that the slow speed gear IS directional. Oops! After inverting it the right way, I've got all three speeds back.) But I've got slipping in the unit now..... All three speeds work fine, but under load the beater will lag, then catch up, lag and catch up.... I've since read that the thin nut at the bottom of the planetary is not supposed to be too tight? I'm trying to figure out the machine's clutching works. The clutch gear fits onto a 'brass' bearing with no keyway. I have not been below the brass bearing. Is there a key that could have broken beneath this level? Or is there a proper way to set up the shaft for the clutching to work correctly. Thanks in advance! Steve

Posted by swelebny on Oct 24, 2008

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