Question about Euro-Pro Blenders
Was considering buying the smaller blender housing/blade because no where I shopped listed the height of the unit. It doesn't fit under our cabinets.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to install replacement part
There is a slit in the middle of the bottom of the blender. You turn the gear drive until the metal slot in the shaft lines up with the slit. Put a flat head screwdriver through the slit into the slot in the bottom of the shaft. Now hold the screwdriver to keep the shaft from turning and remove the gear drive. It took me a few tries, but it finally came loose.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
SOURCE: Philips Hand blender
My wife picked ours up at a rummage sale, and we've grown to love the little thing for making single servings of banana milk shake. (half a frozen banana, cover with milk, a drop of vanilla, and about one minute with the hand blender blade!) When my youngest boys dropped ours, I gathered up the pieces of plastic that connect the attachments to the motor shaft, and carefully super glued them together. I then wrapped the plastic piece with fine nylon thread and a thin layer of super glue and placed it back onto the motor shaft, then let it sit for 24 hours. It is now permanently attached to the motor shaft and good to go. Too bad Philips doesn't care enough to support their customers with a part their engineers designed to break and save the rest of the product. I'll remember this about Philips products when I buy an HDTV.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
this is getting more and more common there is a part between the motor and the drive gear that snaps for no reason . its job is to snap if the blades jam as a "fuse" to save your house from a overheating ,jammed motor . the problem is there are no parts to buy to fix this . if its new take it back to where you bought it . otherwise shipping it 2 ways for repair to the factory is sometimes as much or more as a new blender ........ i would recomend you do one of two things : go to a goodwill or other type shop and get a nice vintage blender , it will last forever ! or move up to a vita mix . its costly but it will realy last you ... this new made in china junk is just bad news even when it has the kitchen aid name on it . its still the same junk ..... good luck........ Please if this answer helped , please rate this 3 or 4 stars . and keep me in the paid answer department . A 1 or 2 may knock me down into the unpaid ranks. Thanks Cactus Bob .
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
what you need to do is hold the blades with a towel to protect your hand, then, use a visegrips needle nose to grab the coupling (pushing the guard down) and twist it loose. It may be very tight, when I loosened mine, the plastic portion of the coupling pulled off leaving the metal "nut" tight to the shaft. Either way, remove the coupling/nut in the standard "lefty loosey" direction. Many thanks to the people at pleasanthillgrain.com for walking me through the process. Blessings to you.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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