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The blender is assembled with the white rubber gasket above and the yellow locking ring on the bottom, on the blade assembly that twists on to the bottom of the container. Is there something missing? It leaks terribly and we cannot use it.

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The rubber gasket should go between the blades and the jar.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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