Question about Breville CBL10 BlendMaster Classic Work Top Blender
We have been using the Breville CBL10 for a few months with good results. Suddenly the blades don't seem to engage with the motor drive. The disk on the top of the motor unit spins, the blade mechanism appears to be intact but the blades simply no longer spin under load. The blades will spin when the jar is empty but without any real strength behind then. Its almost like the shaft on the blade mechanism is broken and the blades are just spinning with the momentum of the broken shaft but when we turn the blades by hand, the shaft is solid. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Breville BL1 Motor
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Unfortunately your model is an very old one for which the chinese manufacturer no longer makes parts. Try to find the part at repair shops - they might have one , recovered from dismantled units - or just accept that it's dead and buy a new one.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
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