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Replacement parts I need to order a replacement part. The part is the bottom portion the blade, washer and plastic screw on part. Please let me know how to get it.

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Re: replacement parts

My blade assembly leaks just as you are describing. I found a website that offers replacement parts for Black and Decker appliances:

[Note: I have not ordered from this site yet so I can't say how reputable they are.]

They offer the glass jar, blade assembly, and other parts for the BL1900R. Judging from reviews, it may not be long until something else goes wrong.. I am gong to order the replacement part this one time. If anything else goes wrong though, forget it. Too bad. Black and Decker usually makes good stuff.

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Re: replacement parts

Look in local craigs list under for sale - household and find an equivalent blender , get the jar - enjoy cooking !!!

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