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I dropped my quick prep blender and it broke in half into two separate parts: the motor piece (cord, on/off button) and the blender (logo, metal rod, and blade). Its obvious that some pieces that held the two sections together broke, but want to believe that a repair could still be made to put them back together. Any ideas?

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I think the ice was too hard for a hand blender. I think the impact has caused the blade to separate from the shaft or caused the shaft to separate internally. If your blender is still under warranty you might be able to get it fixed. Note: none of the "Smoothy" recipes in the manual call for ice. One uses ice-cream. One uses "partially thawed frozen strawberries" and one uses sherbet.

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Make sure the gasket is fully seated and not uneven before you re-assemble the base and blade unit.

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