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What is is the web site address for Back to Basics?

The ring that keeps liquid from leaking from the blender came with the blender got lost and the glass container broke. I just want to contact them for replacements but when you Google Back to Basics you get companies that sell the products but not Back to basics' website.

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The manufacturer is Focus Electronics Group. You can find their contact info by searching the web [Google, Answers.com, etc.]

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How it is done so that the axes of a blender or mixer, and especially the ones of the propeller of a submarine, under great pressure, not leak the liquid?


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Axles are generally left with cars and trucks.
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When I use the blender it is difficult to get it tight enough on the bottom so that the liquid does not pour out from the bottom. The ring is not cracked. I have had this problem for a long time and it...


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This is straight from the manufacturer:
Canada - Warranty Information
If your appliance is within the warranty period and you are experiencing difficulties please contact us 800-688-1989 or e-mail us at Customer Service. The Back to Basics Web site currently accepts and ships orders within the continental United States only.

Do you have any friends in the US that you could ship to? It would probably be prohibitively expensive compared to the cost of a new one.

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