Question about Krups KB7207 4 Speed Blender
While making a shake I turned the glass top of the blender to lock it, but turned in the wrong direction. Liquid spilled down onto the buttons. I let it dry out before trying to use it again but the only sign of life is the illuminated "Varipulse" button; other than that, nothing works. Have I completely killed it or is there a fix for this problem?
Usually leakage into the base can compromise the motor's performace. Since it sounds like this also has digital displays, you don't want to risk messing it up even more by turning it on. The company should have service places you can take it into to get checked out, some might even do an estimate for free. I would call the company and see if that's possible and maybe just a quick cleaning can fix it.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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