Question about Black & Decker BL1900R Blender
I tried to blend cauliflower and chicken stock and some other ingredients to make cauliflower soup but when I put the chicken stock in it just poured out the bottom of the blender all over my counter. Is this a manufacturing problem? I am unsure why any blender would be manufactured not to hold liquid. I am very confused. If anyone has ever had this problem or knows what is going wrong I would love your advice!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Posted on May 31, 2008
Throw the Black/Decker away. I am going to. This is my second blender form them that has done the nonresponsive red light blinking thing. I figured that the first one was a lemon; however, it must be that Black/Decker is only concerned about meeting walmarts demands on price. Black & Decker's saying should be - Who needs quality when you can pay less the first time.
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
Important: This blender has an intelligent system that
automatically shuts off the appliance after 2 minutes
for speeds 1 to 18 and after 20 seconds for the PULSE
and CRUSH functions. If this occurs, the LED display
shows "EE"; unplug the unit and wait 30 seconds.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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