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Check for a problem in the blade assembly area, sometimes the whole assembly can come loose in the base.

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Blender glass jar is leaking at base


It will either be the rubber gasket (it goes between the glass jar and the blade assy) or it could be a worn bearing/bush around the chopping blade shaft. Replace either the gasket or the blade assy.

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Unfortunately Kitchenaid's design on those blenders is a one piece unit, over time the seals wear out and you have to replace the entire jar assembly, they usually run 40-50 dollars and can be found from several vendors.

Here is a link to the replacement jar on our site: KitchenAid Blade Jar Assembly W10555711

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Blender leaks from bottom, I first crush ice,then ingredients lkie fruit. Was purchased in May 2011.


Kitchenaid will replace it for free. Call 800-541-6390 , and ask to speak with Bea. Very helpful lady.

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I have a kitchen aid blender with a polycarbonate jar. The jar leaks at the blade. I noticed it has a plastic nut on the bottom with left hand threads. However the nut will not fit over the drive gear...


Older KitchenAid blenders had a jar that was made so the blade assembly could be removed for cleaning. On the newer models the blender jar and the blade assembly are all one unit so you have to purchase a new jar to get the blade assembly. All of this is dependent on which model of blender you have.

We would be happy to help you. Please a give us a call at 1-800-339-9297 we would be happy to help! One of our repair technicians can talk you through the repair over the phone free of charge. On the bottom of your blender is the model and serial numbers; have these handy when you call so we can help you order the correct part.

We have several blender jars on our Web site http://www.mendingshed.com/kitaidblen.html for KitchenAid blenders. If we don't have the blender jar that fits your model in-stock we can order it and ship it to you. Please contact us with any further questions. You can also email your model number or questions to customerservice@mendingshed.com


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Kitchenaid blender model # KSB565OB0 is leaking from the bottom. I have taken it apart to try and find the problem. The gasket is fine and the pitcher attaches and locks but it still leaks everytime we...


Check for cracks in the bottom of the glass.If it continues leaking then the gasket is compressed and no matter if it visually looks good, cause it has lost their sealant skills. Replace the gasket

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My new 5 speed blender is leaking help


Check that you have the seal between the collar and glass jar. It looks like the one here. If it missing the jar will leak badly. If this is not missing, please describe where the leak is.

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My blender is leakin from the blade and coupling.can you help?I DONT WANT TO HAVE TO TAKE IT BACK IF I DONT HAVE TO. kitchen aid ksb560wh 5 speed.


I have the same blender and it's had a slow leak all the way up until today... when all of the fluid ran out of the bottom of the pitcher and all the lights on my blender started flashing. I've tried tightening the blade, but it doesn't seem to tighten... I think I'm going to have to call KitchenAid

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Oil Leak-Stand mixer


Leaking of oil in a stand mixer is not necessarily indicative of a large problem.

Kitchenaid stand mixers are overpacked with oil to last the lifetime of the motor. If the motor sits idle for some time (is not used), the oil may begin to drip from the gears and settle. Oil leakage may primarily be seen from around the beater shaft or planetary action.

A stand mixer can lose up to a 1/4 cup of oil before it needs to be serviced.

It is recommended to run the mixer on speed 10 for 2 minutes in order to redistribute oil back into the motor. In order to prevent future occurences, this is recommended to be done every 3 weeks if mixer is not being used.

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How to know a NEW from the old polycarbonate jug\pitcher that cracks near blades.


The "code" you are seeking is found in the serial number, which has a specific way of noting when the unit is manufactured.

Buy with confidence and hang on to your dated sales receipt. If the blender leaks, take advantage of Kitchenaid's 1 Year warranty by calling into Kitchenaid Customer Service.

Their toll-free telephone number is 1-800-541-6390.

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