Question about Waring PBB 201 / 204 / 209 / 212 Professional Work Top Blender
I, i just received a new bg5000 said to be equivalent of 51BL25 model. problem is when i tried to make a smoothie it makes a really high pitch loud noise and i don't see the frozen bits and milk blending at all inside. i ran it without the jar and it runs find and there is no loud/high pitch noise. what is going on? it seemed that sometimes it would "engage" and most of the time it woudl not. ah, also when that is going on it would start to smell like something burning inside. i also tried lifting and put it back to see if itwas problem with the wheel not sitting properly, and it is not that. helped! i am sick of throwing out my waring blenders.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: stopped blending
Exact same problem. Turned out the threaded shaft that holds the blades was broken so tightening the nut on the top doesn't really help. Just ordered a new blade assembly from www.smallappliance.com. Mine was the Waring 007314W Blender Cutting Assembly but there is also an older one for earlier models. Don't know if it will work yet (assume it will), but cheaper than buying a new blender.
Posted on Dec 16, 2007
Obviously the motor winding is burned out. it needs to be rewound. This is can be done only by repair men who regularly wind motors.
All blenders have one thing in common. They draw more than rated current when running slow. If u continued using it inspite of noticing low speed then the it results in burnt motor winding as is the case now.
Also the blenders should not be run on no load, which will cause meahanical damage to fan and bearings.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
SOURCE: i have a waring
Hi I am Steve, lets get you some help.
I assume this is the retaining collar on the blender that you twist to release the top assembly rather than anything else.
It could just be out of alignment and gently shaking the bowl whilst applying a pressure to the collar may clear whatever is causing the jam.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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