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I have an Oster blender, model #6710, and the gear on the bottom of the pitcher where it sets in to the base has become unsaudered. I have only had the blender for 4 years. Is this unusual or normal after 4 years and is this something that Oster will replace? Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Is there a number I can call for advice or guidance as to who I should talk to first? Thanks pfamolaro@cox.net

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The part that you need is available from Oster, and their phone number is 1-800-334-0759. Their standard warranty is 1-year, so you would probably have to pay for the part. 4 years is decent for a blender - if you replace the part, an Oster will most likely last many years longer. While it is not uncompletely unheard of for a blender blade assembly to come unhinged, it is statistically infrequent - the replacement part will most likely last as long or much longer.

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