Question about Hamilton Beach FlexBrew 49995R
Power light is red, should be blue. Doesn't work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I finally got in touch with the Hamilton Beach (1-800-851-8900 between 8:30-4:00 EST) and found out that Model 45235G replacement carafe is available for order from them for $25.98 (S/H included) plus state sales tax.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Check out the www.goodmans.com. The company is out of Florida and they do not charge sales tax outside of Florida. They have a variety of blenders for sale as well as blender parts. I hope this will help you.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Easy to open. It is servicable if you have enough ingenuity and can find some generic parts to fit, but certainly not designed with servicability in mind -- the thing was obviously build as a "throw away". There is plenty of space in there for generic parts, but keep safety in mind since you are dealing with electrical parts that get hot and operate under pressure!
First, you need to remove the little plug caps that cover the two screws under the door for the scoop / emergency tamper (sorry, but IMHO a more substantial tamper is a requirement!). I found that the only sane way to remove these caps is with a drill. Carefully drill into the caps. The drill bit will catch, and you can pull the plug right out.
Next you need to deal with the odd screws. They are triangle, so even if you are a serious electronics guy like myself you are probably not going to have that screw bit. No problem though, use a very small flathead screwdriver that fits as closely in one side of the triangle as possible. It will easily remove the screw (and reinsert when you are done)
Once the screws are out, gently pry the top off as indicated by john. The plastic top should have two catches in the front near the edges, and two catches on the sides about mid-way back.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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