Question about Breville BBL600XL. 5-Speed Blender
Blade assembly may not have been on right as it leaked; then it somehow must have gotten wet underneath. So could be a blown fuse? or just wet?
Anyone had wet internals? or a blown fuse?
My BBL600XL stopped working because of a blown fuse. You need to remove the phillips and torx head screws out of the bottom. Then remove the base. There you will clearly see a fuse on the circuit board.
It appears to be a 10A 250V fuse.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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