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If you were working with the mixer and it started making an unusual loud noise, it’s likely a food particle or other foreign object got stuck in it. You can disassemble the mixer, search the foreign object and remove it. If you cannot locate the foreign object, it is possible the mixer needs to be lubricated.
 
Check out the section on noise on the mixer's [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/KitchenAid_KHM512ER_Troubleshooting#Section_Mixer_Makes_Loud_or_Rattling_Noise|troubleshooting page][KitchenAid KHM512ER Troubleshooting#Section_Mixer_Makes_Loud_or_Rattling_Noise|troubleshooting page]].
Check out the section on noise on the mixer's [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/KitchenAid_KHM512ER_Troubleshooting#Section_Mixer_Makes_Loud_or_Rattling_Noise|troubleshooting page][KitchenAid KHM512ER Troubleshooting#Section_Mixer_Makes_Loud_or_Rattling_Noise|troubleshooting page]].

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Editado por: Brad Daniels ,

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If you were working with the mixer and it started making an unusual loud noise, it’s likely a food particle or other foreign object got stuck in it. You can disassemble the mixer, search the foreign object and remove it. If you cannot locate the foreign object, it is possible the mixer needs to be lubricated.
 
Check out the section on noise on the mixer's [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/KitchenAid_KHM512ER_Troubleshooting#Section_Mixer_Makes_Loud_or_Rattling_Noise|troubleshooting page]

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Aporte original por: Brad Daniels ,

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If you were working with the mixer and it started making an unusual loud noise, it’s likely a food particle or other foreign object got stuck in it. You can disassemble the mixer, search the foreign object and remove it. If you cannot locate the foreign object, it is possible the mixer needs to be lubricated.

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