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How to fix fried motor, bL1900R?

The motor appears fried. After pulsing through some very dense food, blades spinning hard and little traction, the motor kaputzied on me. Waited a day, and still no motor, even though blue light still comes on. Can I take this apart and fix it somehow? Would prefer not trashing.

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  • metalchloe Jun 07, 2010

    Thanks for the quick response. I will look into the warranty! Much appreciated.

    If that doesn't work, instead of trashing maybe I could turn it into some art - or use the jar as a flower pot with a retro red base in the garden!

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You cannot fix a fried motor, for what its wroth you might be able to replace the current motor in it but with that said you looking at a cost of a new blender. You will not be able to fix a motor that is fried you will need to replace the motor in this unit. I would rather you not throw it away ether but facts are not fiction in your case. You might check with the manufacture most of these have a 5 year warranty.


Thanks and please be considerate and press the accept button for my efforts, Thanks

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    Grand Canyon Tech Jun 07, 2010

    Wonderful Idea in fact I have done things like that with old tires for a garden! nice thinking!



    Good luck and thanks for your vote!

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