Question about Blenders
Mine also leaked from day 1. I just read in the manual to first place the bottom and blade assembly on the counter, then seat the gasket around the blade assembly, making sure it is just under the lip of the blade piece (careful, you have to maneuver around the blades). Then place the jar on the assembly and screw in tightly. This worked and I have no more leaks.
This is different than other blenders where you place the gasket on the jar and then attach the bottom. It is a poor design, but after what I paid for it, I am glad to be able to use it and not just trash it.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
I know this may sound dumb but are you sure the rubber gasket is not on upside down?
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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