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Leaks from the bottom of the glass jar. Bought a new gasket and it is worse than ever.

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Are you sure you are installing the gasket correctly?

Leaks are usually the result of a misaligned or cross-threaded blender jar base or from the gasket being installed incorrectly. Make sure the gasket is installed between the blade assembly and the screw on base.

If this does not help, please reply or repost.

Posted on Dec 09, 2012

  • Sandy Dec 09, 2012

    Thank you for your response. After checking out your suggestion I realize it is not the gasket that is leaking. It is the gear at the center that turns the motor that is loose and I can not figure out how to tighten it

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