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My KitchenAid KSM7586PCA 7-Quart Pro line burned

my kitchenaid stopped working after I, unintentionally, I turned in 220V , I live in Brazil and there are no parts for it here, how do I know what is burned to buy the spare part in the usa? and a proline KitchenAid KSM7586PCA 7-Quart

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hello i am looking for a pcb board for a kitchenaid stand mixer model no ksm7586pca

and serial no. w53817355

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Hi @hospitality,

Do you mean the speed control board?

According to this website (see Speed-Cntl part #12 case, gearing and planetary unit parts diagram) the manufacturer’s part number is AP5781727 for a KSM 7586pca1 and AP6022205 for a KSM7586pca0. There wasn’t an image of the speed control board for the 1st model but there was for the 2nd and it is just to show you what is looks like so that you can confirm that it is the one you need .

Just search online for the appropriate to your model part number only to find other suppliers if this one doesn’t suit

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Hi Claudete,

It looks like there is no easy fusible link to replace, so something is probably burned out on the control board.

Follow this guide to take the mixer apart to the control board (step 6). See if you can see any burned components. If you reply with a picture of the board (like this), we may be able to help identify what part is burned out.

The cheapest solution may be to buy a replacement board, or go to an electronics repair shop.

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