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The motor does not spin

I put ingredients in machine , set to "quick cycle" , the clock starts at 1:30 and counts down as it should. BUT nothing happens ,no movement at all. In the last part of the cycle the heating element turns on. The the machine stops.... and I am left with a blob of stuff...

Machine is 2 months old , used 3 times only.
Any Ideas ??

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  • kasha100 Apr 23, 2009

    I have the same problem, I set the delay and it counted down but didnt go, now it wont go on any settings!

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Hi,
This machine should still be under warranty, contact the store where you bought it to find out how to get it either replaced or fixed. Any attempts to fix this by anyone other than a certified repair person will void your warranty. Hope this helps you. Good luck!

Carol.

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