SOMEONE DID NOT SEAT THE BLADE IN PROPERLY, AND IT SEAMS THE BLADE CLUTCH IS STRIPPED. SWITCHING OUT BLENDER JAR WORKS FINE. IT JUST MAKES A LOUD "WHIRRING" SOUND.
I NEED A NEW BLADE CLUTCH PART (BLACK RUBBER THING WITH TEETH).
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There are many epoxy resin based products designed to reclaim worn and broken machinery which used with care and wisdom can produce good results even with rotating components.
Obviously a replacement part or a shop repair would be the best option but if that isn't possible then it would be worth trying one of the above products. I think an epoxy putty or a high viscosity type would be the most suitable.
well it looks to me there is some thing not tight enough connection to ur blade.....as u say it works when empty but when u put soemting in its stops....this means ur blade is not tight on the shaft to the motor......or u may have done something wrong when u had the blender open........recheck ur work and make sure its tight,,,,, if so u will have ur ice cold drink....cheers i hope so for ur shake
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.
Once you receive the parts, unscrew the collar from the bottom of the jar, and the old gasket and blade assembly will pop out - sometimes you have to peel the gasket apart from blender jar, but not always.
You can call Waring and they can send you a parts breakdown showing the order the parts need to be in. If you still have problems they can go over the assembly with you on the phone or direct you to a service center near you to help.
I just figured it out. The key is you need to think in terms of keeping the blades and the large washers separate. Here's what you do.
Thread the blade through the glass and use the white rubber gaskets against the glass and the stainless gaskets against the hardware. Then tighten the whole enchilada to the blender with the main nut (that goes on the bottom outside of the blender). Then once that's nice and tight tighten the flange that catches the blender teeth to the remaining portion of the protruding threads. Make sure you use the copper colored gasket first then the stainless washer then the stainless flange. Tighten that real good and you should be good to go.
To check if you've done it right spin the flange. If the blades spin independent of everything else you're good to blend away!