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By now I'm sure you've given up, but do you still need the jar? I have one that is now useless to me since my son tried to run the blender when the jar and base were not seated correctly and the rotors on both were worn off.
I contacted the Focus Electric Company which has owned Back to Basics now.
They guarenteed to replace the motor if it was purchased within a year.
I sent them the receipt and they confirmed that they ll send me the same within 7-10 days.
I didn't find any 3rd party sellers who had this part - even the manufacturer only lists the blender jar as a replaceable part, but I would call them anyways. I work for one of their competitors, and we often have substitute parts that are not listed on our website.
The phone number you need is:
available by phone Monday through Thursday 7:30am until 5pm and Friday 8:30am until 4pm C.S.T
This is straight from the manufacturer: Canada - Warranty Information If your appliance is within the warranty period and you are experiencing difficulties please contact us 800-688-1989 or e-mail us at Customer Service. The Back to Basics Web site currently accepts and ships orders within the continental United States only.
Do you have any friends in the US that you could ship to? It would probably be prohibitively expensive compared to the cost of a new one.