Question about Blenders
Hi, depending on what model you have most of them are not replaceable as these are seen to be so cheep that it would probably be cheaper to replace with a new one than to get it fixed, as i said this depends on what model you have, it normally isn't the seal that has gone but the bearing that the seal covers, if this goes then you may as well throw it away and get a new one...sorry to say.....please vote and rate thanks
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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