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Either the coupling from the motor with the fingers on it is not really attached to the motor shaft or the drive on the blade that engages with it is not attached to the blade shaft. One other thing is that on some models if the rubber jar seal between the beaker and the blade carrier is in the wrong place it can raise the blade drive to not engaging properly with the motor coupling. The gasket goes between the jar and the blade carrier, not under the blade carrier.
One of the parts is not being driven properly. Either the clutch on the top of the motor is not really attached to the motor shaft OR the clutch on the bottom of the blade is not engaging with the motor clutch OR the blade clutch is not properly attached to the blade shaft. On some models if you put the rubber sealing ring in the wrong place between the beaker and the blade housing it is enough to lift the clutches apart. The rubber wing goes between the beaker and the blade housing, not between the blade housing and the blade retaining ring.
Hard to have an opinion when you have told us practically nothing. Make and model may help but I would suspect that if you are using the correct beaker and blade assembly on the correct motor base then the only thing I can think you could have done wrong is to put the rubber seal in the wrong place. Failing that is there some other way you can have assembled the blades to the beaker in the wrong order?
Lots of questions, not a lot of information. Is the rubber sealing washer in the wrong place. I have no idea what model/brand you have but on most blenders the rubber seal will go between the beaker and blade assembly, not the blade assembly and the collar.
Have you got something caught in it? Is it still under warranty? I am guessing but the mechanism inside the base should drop when you push to twist. Check is this is happening. If not then that may be the problem