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Are you blending something hot? When you blend a hot item the steam that is released will increase the pressure in the headspace above the contents in the blender. The lid will eventually blow off to release the pressure.
To avoid this problem begin blending with no more that one cup of ingredients. Before turning the blender on, remove the center lid insert to allow venting of steam. Blend on low speed. As you blend you can add another 1 1/2 cups of additional liquid through the opening in the lid.
much that is what happened to me. I found that the motor has 2 "thermal
cut-offs" (SEFUSE 113oC). If the motor heats up even a little, these
babies kill your blender. They are thermal fuses. Once they blow, it is
over until they are replaced. To fix this, the motor must be removed.
The spline gismo on top of the blender unscrews with reversed threads.
I suggest unsoldering the lead wires from the power supply board, and
replacing when done. The cut-offs are inside the taped on white cloth
insulation on the top of the field magnets near the brush assemblies on
both sides. I replaced them (both were blown) with 2 of NTE8242 ($1.60
each, 240oC 15A). These are way too hot, but that is what I had on
hand. I thought that the electronics were defective at first, and I
replaced the entire board assembly with a small/cheap ceiling fan wall
switch /speed controller from the hardware store (600W 5A) for $10. The
root cause of all of this is that the motor fan is not working. The
airflow is blocked by base. I put small extenders on the feet and now
there is much more airflow. Only time will tell if this is an effective
fix. etc. It really makes me wonder how it got past UL
Mine developed the same problem except it stopped blending while I was using it. Being an electrician I opened mine up and put a meter on the motor windings and found that the windings were open. So basically the motor is shot...unless you can find a part number for motor replacement or if your's is still under a warranty...it might just be easier to buy a new blender.
Do you hear it hum when you try to turn it on?
If yes, remove the cup. Try again... if the motor runs, try moving the blade by hand. If it is seized, remove it and clean it to free it again.
If not, possibly blown windings on the motor or divider circuit (which supplies different voltages to the motor for the different blend speeds). Repair will be required in either case.
Hi, cauliflour is not compact no water mix, I have suggestion , cut it 1/2" long make it fine put in blender mix w/small amount of water then start. shut off mix with wooden mixer and start again then okey.