Question about Blenders
I need help assembling my new blade, gaskets and washers for my glass waring blender jar. I put it together and it ran a bit but then tightened up and wouldn't work. It also started leaking, so I figured I'd put it together incorrectly. In what order should the pieces be put together?
I just figured it out. The key is you need to think in terms of keeping the blades and the large washers separate. Here's what you do.
Thread the blade through the glass and use the white rubber gaskets against the glass and the stainless gaskets against the hardware. Then tighten the whole enchilada to the blender with the main nut (that goes on the bottom outside of the blender). Then once that's nice and tight tighten the flange that catches the blender teeth to the remaining portion of the protruding threads. Make sure you use the copper colored gasket first then the stainless washer then the stainless flange. Tighten that real good and you should be good to go.
To check if you've done it right spin the flange. If the blades spin independent of everything else you're good to blend away!
Posted on May 24, 2008
What is the order of parts for the blade assembly on the waring blender? I put the new blade in but it wont turn
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
This was great! One thing I would add, though (which may have been obvious to the rest of you, and I did feel kinda dumb when I finally figured it out) is that the nut on the outside twists [i]counterclockwise[/i] rather than clockwise.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
I have a 50th Anniversary Waring Blender. Here is what the representative from Waring emailed to me:
------- To remove the blade assembly you would put a towel inside the jar and hold the blade still. Pay attention to the order of the washers, gaskets and all. Unscrew the wagon wheel off the underside of the jar Unscrew the hex nut off the underside of the jar. Pull the whole blade assembly out from the inside of the jar. When putting a replacement blade assembly in, put it back in in the same order Tighten the hex nut on the underside of the jar with a wrench, only by hand...if you tighten it too far, you will crack the jar. If you do not tighten it enough it will leak. Screw the wagon wheel back on. ------- The only thing I did differently was to remove the top nut from the inside of the blender using pliers while holding the bottom rigid. Then the main post attached to the wheel pushed out the bottom. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
Waring makes several different models and cutter parts.
What is your model number?
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Waring blender - new blade
You can call Waring and they can send you a parts breakdown showing the order the parts need to be in. If you still have problems they can go over the assembly with you on the phone or direct you to a service center near you to help.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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