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Kitchen aid ksb5 jar broke is there a replacement?

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Visit MENDINGSHED.COM.

On the left, click KITCHENAID. On the next page, click KITCHENAID BLENDER PARTS. On the next page, you will see a listing for a drive coupling. You want to choose on the left, which is retailing for $5.95.

You may order the part if you need it. If not, click onto the parts order page and scroll down. There will be a two-step instructional guide on how to properly replace the coupler.

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

SOURCE: Whilst blending some vegetables I accidentally

Hi, you have broken the coupler (sometimes called a coupling). It is relatively cheap and easy to replace. In the UK, K A Parts Limited sell them here and provide removal instructions here.

Posted on Jan 28, 2010

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The Instruction & Recipe booklet for the Kitchen Aid KSB550, KSB560, KSB570, KSB580 5-speed Blender can be found here:

http://www.kitchenaid.ca/assets/pdfs/literature/Use%20and%20Care%20Guide%20-%209709225.pdf


There is no infomration to suggest that the blender blade could be removed for replacement of a seal

On page 27 of the pdf (page 24 if printed) there is contact information for ordering replacement parts. You might ask if the blade assemly can be ordered and replaced separtely but I believe you must replace trhe blender jar and blade unit as one piece.

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Visit MENDINGSHED.COM.

On the left, click KITCHENAID. On the next page, click KITCHENAID BLENDER PARTS. On the next page, you will see a listing for a drive coupling. You want to choose on the left, which is retailing for $5.95.

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