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Hi, my wife and I purchased the Health master blender about 6yrs ago. I recently noticed that the liquid was leaking from the bottom of the container. The blade is totally loose. How can I tighten it if at al?
The problem was the seal was worn, allowing liquid to seep past into the top blade shaft bearing washing out the grease and ruining the bearing. The "noise" you heard was the bearing running without any lubrication. Both bearings and the seal needed to be replaced but I have not found a source for purchasing these. Vita-Mix Company does not sell parts, they sell units (outrageously priced units)!
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This sounds like the black rubber coupler has broken. The teeth often get knocked off. Have a look at the part shown in hte pictures here: http://kitchenaidblenders.co.uk/Home/tabid/36/p/Two-%282%29-KitchenAid-Blender-Coupler-%2b-WS-Fitting-Tool-9704230_2plusWS/ProductID/175/Default.aspx
It sounds like the blade has overheated at some point. When this happens the plastic melts and the seal is broken. The only repair is to replace the blade unit: http://kitchenaidblenders.co.uk/Home/tabid/36/c/KitchenAid-Blender-Spares/CategoryID/6/Default.aspx
Leaking of oil in a stand mixer is not necessarily indicative of a large problem.
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.
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.
try to gently twist the blade up and around the shaft with a pair of pliers. I've loosened mine by pushing and pulling on the blade with the pliers. be sure to use caution so as not to wreck the blade.