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How do I remove the coupler from the waring bb180 blender to replace the part?

I unscrewed the bottom and the 4 screws attached to the top plate but cant get the coupler off to pull the motor out

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try to soak hot water around the base unplug firts and pour hot water slowly at the base

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Deb66, you may have found this already, but there is another thread on this site that addresses this same problem. . .

http://www.fixya.com/support/t409495-waring_blender_new_blade

I hope you haven't been blenderless for three months. . .

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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SOURCE: broken gasket can't find a replacement

Go to www.webstaurantstore.com They have all the parts. I have these blenders for my my nutrition club and this is the only place I have found parts at very reasonable prices.

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Hi I am Steve, lets get you some help.
I assume this is the retaining collar on the blender that you twist to release the top assembly rather than anything else.
It could just be out of alignment and gently shaking the bowl whilst applying a pressure to the collar may clear whatever is causing the jam.

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My Waring 51BL16 is having difficulty blending and some mechanism on the inside keeps spinning once the blender has been turned off...any ideas?

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follow this steps . God bless you
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  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.
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