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Oster 6700 Blender

There is a gear, located at the top of the motor (sticks out of the base / case). This gear is what attaches to the bottom of the pitcher.

This gear is attached with a rubber type material to the motor shaft and the rubber has separated. I have contacted my local repair shop and they said Oster does not make the replacement part for this model.

Anyone else have this problem or know of a place I could get it repaired? This machine was working great before this and the wife really liked it.

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The only thing I can think of is to try to repair the separated rubber with one of the special adhesives.
This may not be physically, ie, damaged beyond repair, but if you think it might be repairable try something like JB Weld. They make an adhesive that sets up in 4 minutes. I have fixed some weird breaks with this stuff.

Hope this might help Good Luck Loring

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Same problem here. I can't find a repair part for the model 6700 series drive coupling when the rubber fails.

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