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it could be metal fatigue from the blade. Try a different blade and see if it does the same. If it is still rattling it could be your blade drive needs to be replaced. Sometimes the screws that hold the blade drive in place come lose or striped so you may need to check them.
The shaft has probably siezed at the bottom near the blade. The seal can fail and let liquid inside the shaft and gunge it up.
Take the orange handle apart, then unscrew the four steel pins, then pull out the motor. From the blade end, take the screw from the blade and prize it off. Then pull the shaft out from the top and clean it. It may be stuck - push a blunt nail or similar in the bottom to free it. Clean the shaft and solidified debris inside the tube. Then reassemble carefully.
Smart move. The blade assembly is almost frozen and the motor does not have enough torque.. You need to remove the blade assembly and completely clean out the bearing and reassemble after the Mr. clean operation. A lite dab of oil is also called for.
If the burning smells like plastic then the walnut shells most likely put too much strain on the motor and burned it out. If the burning does not smell like plastic then you most likely have walnut shell grit jamming your motor.
This can be cleaned out by first ENSURING IT IS UNPLUGGED FROM THE WALL.
First remove the canister (if possible)
The remove the blade (if possible) check for a build up of grit between the blade and the shaft connecting it to the motor.
Check the channel the shaft passes through from the motor for large chunks of walnut shells or date paste.
Clean the canister thoroughly with warm water and leave it to soak overnight in a water/soap mixture.
If this has not resolved the issue then try to claim it under warranty or source replacement parts online.
When you clean your blender there is a rubber washer in between the blades and where they sit and the glass. Try pushing the blade assembly through the bottom and locate the large washer. Peal it off carefully under warm water then either try to replace it or clean it carefully in soapy dish water. Let me know if this helps, OK? Jud
Grease can only creep into the blender vase if the oil seal has worn out, or the blenders blade shaft is worn and wobbling. Try cleaning all parts in alcohol to soften the seals. Rebuild kits and replacement blades can be found here (http://www.brevilleusa.com/breville-parts/blending.html)
your blade assembly is corroded. take it off, and using a rag, grab the blades. using another rag, grab the other end (probably rubber) and turn CLOCKWISE - it's threaded reverse, so you have to turn to the right to loosen, not the left like usual. I had to clean out the rod that connects to the blades - it was all nasty and corroded. I cleaned it with my Dremel and regreased with a tube of grease I keep in the garage, cleaned all other parts with some Dawn, dried well, reassembled, and works almost like new. I'm guessing I ran it too long without pulsing the motor and the heat corroded the rod that's connected to the blades. OR you can buy a replacement blade unit for about $10 online on a blender parts site