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I can manually turn the blades inside the glass pitcher and I can turn the piece on the top of the motor base into which the pitcher blade attachment fits.


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.

Jul 14, 2015 | Blenders

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Attachment stuck


try to rotate top part while you pushed it down with two hands, somme one must help you to handle basement with forces in oposite direction, work smoth dont give too much force in the samme time or you are going to broken top part, put force in ascending

May 10, 2014 | Cuisinart CSB-77 SmartStick Blender

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Stick blender won't clip in


Look down into the implement socket on the handpiece and see if there is an obstruction. The rubber 'cap' from the end of the last implement used may still be stuck in there. If so the use a small hook to prise the cap out and re-attach to implement missing same. See picture. This was same problem I had with HB720 blender.
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Jan 26, 2014 | Kenwood Hb724 Triblade Hand Blender

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I'm using the single serve mixer and it's stuck on the base and won't come off!


follow this steps and fix it. God bless you
  1. Unplug the blender and remove the jar. Undo the screws securing the baseplate. Separate the baseplate and attached motor collar from the base housing.
  2. To remove the switch housing, remove the decorative facing to get at the top screws. Remove the lower screws from inside the blender base.
  3. Hold the fan to keep the motor shaft from turning as you unscrew the drive stud. Remove the shield and any washers. Unscrew the fan nut to remove the fan.
  4. Disengage the strain-relief fitting from the housing. Remove the wire connector joining the power cord and the lead to the brush housing.
  5. Label and disconnect the lead wires from the switch block. Remove the motor mounting bolts and lift out the motor if necessary.
  6. To free brushes, remove the leads attached to the brush housing. Use a screwdriver to press lead terminal through the slot in housing. The brush spring may pop out (don't lose it!).

Nov 04, 2013 | Blenders

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Ninja 1100 single serve cup will not come off. it is stuck


I was just having the same problem and looking for a solution...then I found it myself by accident. By pulling up on the cup and then trying to turn it came off pretty easily. I was trying to push down, which seemed to make it tighter.

Jun 21, 2013 | Back to Basics 600 Smoothie Plus Work Top...

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Two buttons are stuck in on my kitchen aid blender.


I have been searching for an answer to this same problem. My chop and mix buttons were stuck and I was getting no power or blinking lights. After finding no help on-line, I decided to take it apart and fix myself. It was easy and it worked!
1. Take the bottom of the mixer off by removing the rubber foot pads and remove the exposed 4 screws.
2. Remove the 3 sets of wires that are attached to the inside panel with clips. Very easy to remove, just squeeze at the base of the clips and pull up.
3. Remove the 2 screws holding that panel in place and gently lift off.
4. Remove the panel found under the top panel by also removing 2 screws. When you flip this panel over you will see what operates the switches.
In my blender the black plastic nubs that push against the buttons that were stuck and got twisted off kilter so they were not resetting properly. I just put a small screwdriver in there to try and straighten them as much as possible. All of these steps will be obvious as you disassemble the blender.
5. Push on the back of the buttons that were stuck to get them unstuck before reassembling everything back together.
I was surprised how easy a fix this was and how obvious what the problem was when I opened the blender up. No soldering or fancy tools needed, just 5-10 minutes and a phillips head screwdriver!
Good luck!

May 21, 2013 | KitchenAid KSB560 5 Speed Blender

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I have a stick blender. How do I attach the flat


if the whisk attachment looks like the bottom part of your blender- the bottom part, with the blades, is probably detachable, and you can grasp it, and turn it counter-clockwise to detach it, and connect your other attachment by locking it in clockwise! just a guess!
i have one, but no added attachments-but can remove blade part to clean it- as i stated- just a guess!!
good luck!

Oct 09, 2009 | Blenders

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