Question about Oster 4094 Designer Classic Beehive Work Top Blender
The fuse blew on my Oster 9094 blender. Fuse has .8A stamped on end case, I don't think this is a .8A fuse. I replaced fuse and it blew on start up. Info on bottom of blender says 500W and 120V. This would indicate a fuse rating of 4.2A. Oster refused to tell me what the fuse size is for this blender.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blender problem
Yes there is, however unless you are very mechinal incline I won't suggest that you try to replace the defective terminal fuse. This is cause by running your blender continuous. Let me know if you are welling to do the repairs yourself, so that I can give you the directions. Sign, Spurs21
Posted on Jun 12, 2007
SOURCE: top part of base broke off
This just happened to me too, and I think I just fixed it. First you have to get a replacement part called the "blender coupling" (I got mine online from Goodmans for $3.99). I also replaced the square drive and slinger (two parts come together for $2.99)-that's the little part that sticks up and attaches to the pitcher.
Unscrew the bottom four screws of the base where the rubber feet are. Remove the rubber skirt to reveal four screws that hold the motor in. They are way in there so you'll need a long screw driver. Remove the motor and unscrew the old coupling. Mine had not been replaced since my grandmother bought this blender who knows when, so the coupling was really stuck. I did not have a tool narrow enough to get a good grip to apply enough torque to remove the coupling so I had to try a few other tricks. If your blender is the same, remove the bottom nut, fan blade and two washers. This gave enough of a rod to grip to get the old coupling off. (I also had to use some WD40, and heat and cool the coupling a few times to break the old seal).
Good luck! Hope that helps!
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
SOURCE: Krups blender drive gear
The problem I had was removing the grey rubber drive. The solution is that it screws off not pops off. The trick is to use narrow needle nose pliers to grab the post that attaches to the motor and turn the rubber drive counter clockwise. Removing the motor becomes easy. Pull out the 4 rubber feet under the base and the screws will be exposed. However my situation was the grey drive gear was stripped and would bottom out. My solution was to use a same size lock washer as the washer between the post and the drive. So far so good! If it fails I will need to buy another grey drive. Myron
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
unplug it.... use a small plastic screw driver or even a metal one if you are careful... pry gently up on one side of the fuse... it should pop out of the holder. when it does... use your fingers to grab the end and pull up. the fuse is replaced by placing it back into the holder and pushing down until each end pops back into the holder
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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