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Yes that is strange, if you let it cool down and try it again with pushing the re-set button and still does not work, try plugging it into a different outlet. Find something in your place that you know outlet is working, lamp, toaster you know. If does work in another out let, then you of course griped that breaker. Then check your breaker box to see what breaker is tripped, and switch it back on, might just of had a power surge based on putting on reverse. If that don't work, I suppose possibly something in motor or switch went out. Please let me know, if it works, I will take a banana smoothie LOL
There's an arrow on the lid and an arrow on the handle and they have to line up and point towards each other. When you lock the lid down it pushes a pin inside the handle which in turn pushes a swith inside the base of the blender that tells it that everything is in place and that its safe to use. Now its ready to use
Hi , Try to check with multi tester the power cord ,test the two tips of male outlet switch on tested read the continuity /if not reading ,pulout if push type /if permanent open cover below test the test the cord inside to the male plug if does not response cord is problem,check also fuse test both end of fuse not reading fuse buste then replace thats all goodluck.
Alternating blinking lights on a Kitchenaid blender indicate a bad
circuit board which is unable to run the motor properly. Unplug the
blender, take the jar off, and turn the spindle by hand. Then plug it
back in. If it does not work properly, try a different outlet (perhaps
not in the kitchen). If nothing works, the blender needs to be