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Blender dead I disassembled the blender and found a board with a controller ic em18156 ,a triac , a 5v regulator and two small semiconductors s8050 i dont know what they are,transistor or scr if you let me know i will appreciatte. So what other cause are the reason the blender is complety dead. rgds marco

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Well all electronics was fine, the problem was the thermal fuse with the field winding was open I replaced it and the problem was solved.
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