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most blenders throttle the power by using different taps inside the motor winding themselfs ., the switch just selects what tap to use and applies power to that winding , just three windings can produce multi speeds if used in combinations sorry no easy fix for switchs other than to make sure theres no food down inside them , i use a good electrical contact spray (CRC) down in them to make sure
It sounds like the rubber seal is busted, there is not real trick to removing the blade assembly. It will be easier if you have a belt wrench, it looks like the oil filter wrench but with a wide rubber belt instead. Available at most auto parts stores. If not available, just have to apply enough force to unscrew it. Having a friend will help, one holds, one twists. It unscrews counterclockwise.
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You can try the sears online parts store for help they may be able to get the parts you need as they are pretty much the same. iF YOUdon't find it let me know and I will resurch it for you and find the part it is eather the druve nut has come loose or the teeth on the plastic shaft has worn off, it is possible to super glue it to hold if you cant find the part.
If you don't see a physical crack or stress line on the jar, the issue could be either the gasket or blade assembly - Waring doesn't list any parts for sale for this model, but you may be able to call them and get these parts. There are not very many reviews on this particular Waring, so I am working with very limited information (and this is just my opinion), but the few that I have seen suggest that this might be the worst blender Waring ever made (in general, though, their blenders are usually top-notch).
Consumer Guide generally rates it high, but issues this:
"Cons: Strong churning motion requires you to hold the lid in place to prevent leakage through the top and limits the ingredients capacity, especially for hot mixtures"
The sites that invite the most user input into the rating generally give it a 2-star rating.
Waring seems to have escaped somewhat from their usual blender shape - and I have even heard that the shaft is made out of rubber, which is frightening.
Remove the little rubber feed on the bottom of the base (they might be glued a bit so be careful not to rip them). This will reveal 4 phillips head screws...remove them...this will open the base and reveal the back site of the rotor. In the middle you will see a turban blade like wheel with a large flat tip screw. Wedge a large screwdriver between the teeth of the old clutch so that when you turn the flat tip screw it will stop rotating the other end. Turn the screw with some force to the right to losen the clutch...then do the reverse to get the new one on tight...put everything back together and there you have it.
Keep in mind that this might void your warrenty if you still have some on it.