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What fuse number in oster blender # 6650? - Oster 6650 Cube Work Top Blender

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SOURCE: How do I replace the fuse on my Oster Blender?

I have the same problem. Where did you buy the fuse from?

Posted on Jan 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Locking the jar on the base Oster Fusion 600W Blender

Here is the user manual for the Oster Fusion:
http://www.osterfusion.com/Manuals/MANUALS/BRLY07-Z00-000_43_29190737.PDF

It looks like you line up the threads, place the base on, and twist to tighten.

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Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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SOURCE: HOW DO I REPLACE THE FUSE ON AN OSTER BLENDER MODEL 4094

unplug it.... use a small plastic screw driver or even a metal one if you are careful... pry gently up on one side of the fuse... it should pop out of the holder. when it does... use your fingers to grab the end and pull up. the fuse is replaced by placing it back into the holder and pushing down until each end pops back into the holder

Posted on Apr 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Fuse blew on my Oster BCVBO7 blender. Can it be

replace the fuse with the same specs. if it blows again, there is a short on the circuit.

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

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SOURCE: lost blender fuse

BEFORE DISCARDING OR RUSHING OUT TO PURCHASE A NEW BLENDER CHECK THE FUSE FIRST. THE 6800 SERIES BLENDERS USE A GMA 5A 125V FUSE. YOU CAN PURCHASE THESE AT YOUR LOCAL HARDWARE STORE FOR APPROXIMATELY $1.50 EACH. SIMPLY REMOVE THE BASE FROM THE UNIT, REMOVE THE FUSE AND REPLACE WITH A NEW ONE. REASSEMBLE AND TEST. I REPAIRED MINE TODAY IN ABOUT 15 MINUTES. WORKS GREAT. GOOD LUCK.

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

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unplug it.... use a small plastic screw driver or even a metal one if you are careful... pry gently up on one side of the fuse... it should pop out of the holder. when it does... use your fingers to grab the end and pull up. the fuse is replaced by placing it back into the holder and pushing down until each end pops back into the holder

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I don't know if this will help or if this is what you are looking for. But today I was searching the web for the bottom piece that fits on the jar and saw this website has a lot of replacement parts for Oster blenders. Hope this is what you're looking for.
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