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When i attached with jar the bled is not moving and i could not able to grad so anyone know which part do i need to change. please I have PowerBlend Duel Blender/Food Processor - BFP-10CH is working

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Sounds like the bearings on the blades have seized. Replace the blade assembly by unscrewing the bottom of the jar.

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