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Waring Pro 39BL56 stripped stud

The stud or screw and "bolt" side (whole in the "gear" that moves the part connected to the blade) are stripped. The screw part is connected to the motor.

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SOURCE: Waring Pro MBB Blender- blade too tight

If you can get the shaft out of its bearing, you can clean the shaft with steel wool. You may also have to scrape the inside of the bearing with a small rat-tail file.
Put some vegetable oil on the shaft and reassemble.

DO NOT USE WD-40 OR 3-IN-1 OIL! This mechanism will be in contact with food/beverages, so you want a lubricant that is safe for human consumption.

If the problem continues to occur, I would buy a replacement. In some models, this means buying a whole pitcher assembly.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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SOURCE: Drive gear is slipping. Motor turns but the blade fails to turn

sounds like a shear pin either on the motor or the blade assembly. If you put the blender on low without the cannister on top touch the gear on top of the unit and see if the gear slips or stops. Use a pencil or something..Not your finger. If it stoops then the pin is broken at the motor. If not, it is broken at the blade unit.

Hope this helps
Kurt

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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SOURCE: The gear at the base of my waring bb 180s blender is stripped

You can try the sears online parts store for help they may be able to get the parts you need as they are pretty much the same. iF YOUdon't find it let me know and I will resurch it for you and find the part it is eather the druve nut has come loose or the teeth on the plastic shaft has worn off, it is possible to super glue it to hold if you cant find the part.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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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.

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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SOURCE: the bolt that holds the blade to the bottom broke

Check here for replacement parts:

http://www.abtecparts.com/hamilton_beach_blender_58755.htm

Posted on Mar 03, 2011

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