Nutribullet just stopped working,removed cup then replaced still no action...what now?
One probable reason for failure: The bottoms of the jars have outward-facing prongs which engage slots--incorporating integrated small power switches in the base. If those prongs break off or wear down--or, otherwise they can't make good contact by pushing inward those small switches (all of them)--your blender can't start.
It's an interlock safety feature intended to make certain users use the company's jars when starting their blenders. If the jar seems satisfactory, you may need to push down on the jar. (This reliance upon problematic plastic tabs holding up over time, in order to provide the safety feature, proves the "Achilles Heel" of this small kitchen appliance.
I've noted that Shark/Euro Pro appears to invoke a similar safety solution on their jars for at least some of their Ninja Blenders. The importer company behind Nutribullet still does offer replacement jars, I believe.
The company behind Nutribullet also warns users not to leave the base running for more than one minute at a time. (The system is designed to provide short, intense bursts of grinding and cutting power--not lengthy blending times.)
Aug 13, 2014 |
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