Question about Waring MBB518 2Speed Blender
Hi, The motor on my blender was taken apart and then put back on incorrectly-resulting in a smoking smell and looking like the gaskets were destroyed. If anyone has a schematic of the order of assembly for the motor I would greatly appreciate it. I cannot find it on the waring site. Thanks.
Go to the following link and locate your blender's model type: http://www.waringcommercialproducts.com/product-documents.php?type=parts
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the little rubber feed on the bottom of the base (they might be glued a bit so be careful not to rip them). This will reveal 4 phillips head screws...remove them...this will open the base and reveal the back site of the rotor. In the middle you will see a turban blade like wheel with a large flat tip screw. Wedge a large screwdriver between the teeth of the old clutch so that when you turn the flat tip screw it will stop rotating the other end. Turn the screw with some force to the right to losen the clutch...then do the reverse to get the new one on tight...put everything back together and there you have it.
Keep in mind that this might void your warrenty if you still have some on it.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
Hi - there is a website called nisbets.co.uk that has all the spare parts for this Waring blender, plus a great diagram which is much better than anything in the blender instructions.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
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
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