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The rubber 'teeth' on the base of my blender are beginning to break off. What part do I need? KSB3B13 Thank you, P. Compton

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The turntable has stopped revolving


If there is heat and the turntable is not working it can be due to failure of the drive, the belt or the motor or motor drive.
Check them one by one to confirm.
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Sep 06, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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I have a blender thats been about 20+ years old... However, although I continue to use it well, lately it has been subject to leaking and other issues. I suspect that the rubber part (to hold the liquids...


Do you happen to know the make / model of your blender? If you do, you should be able to go to the manufacturer's website and order a replacement "o-ring".

Aug 17, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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Is the blades supposed to come off when I take the container off of the blender.. My blender is brand new sat for 3 or 4 years after I bought it. . The first time I used it , it was extremely hard to get...


You did not specify a brand or model number of your blender; however, most blender jars will lift off their power base without turning or with only very little turning motion to release them from the base. The blade assembly should NOT come off as you remove the blender jar from the power base.

Were you successful in removing the bottom ring which normally screws on to the bottom of the blender jar from the powerbase?

You should make sure you have properly attached the blade assembly for your brand/model.

The blender blade assembly should be held on to the bottom of the blender jar by the bottom ring which screws on clockwise; most will have a sealing gasket that fits between the blade assembly and the sealing surface of the blender jar to prevent any leakage while in use. It will take much more turning to unscrew the bottom ring to release the blade assembly than it should to release the bottom ring from the powerbase.

Assemble your blender jar and blade assembly and try a dry run by placing on the powerbase, giving a couple of bursts of power, and then seeing if you are able to remove without the blender ring unscrewing.

Make sure you are comfortable with the action required to remove the blender jar from the powerbase before you put in to use.

Good luck!

Jul 31, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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Can't get my LOGIK L22FPS10 Food Processor to work properly can get the bender to work but not the food mixer.


Me and my family had the same problem there is noting wrong with it . You have to put the base lid of the blender on so it can work because the mixer and the blender cannot be on at the same time

Jul 25, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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LED On light keeps blinking and blender does not blend.


make sure the power cord is firmly connected to the unit. Also check to make sure the container is properly seated in the base.

Mar 05, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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My waring blender quit working. There was no burnt smell, just quit running. Is it repeirable?


Hi Cindy -

Technically, everything is repairable. The real question is: How much are you willing to spend on repairing an old blender? You should bring it to an appliance repair shop for an estimate, because without actually seeing it - it is going to be anybody's guess as to what is wrong with it based on the info you've provided (it is often difficult to diagnose this stuff by description only as most times methodical testing is required) . It may be a simple, inexpensive fix - or it may "break the bank."

While waiting for your estimate, you should price a new blender. You may find there are some that have more features for less than you paid for the Waring model (or even less than the repair estimate). Once you have the price for repair and the price for a replacement, you can decide which path is best for you.

I hope this help & good luck. Please rate my reply - thanks!

Jan 27, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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I purchased a G E single serve blender...used it once, now the blade base will not fit into the blender base...what would cause this to happen?


The problem may be that the base is not turned all the way into the cup due to damage of the threads or the wrong gasket or having more then one gasket. This would keep the tabs from aligning with the notches in the base. Try the other base and cup and if that doesn't work then the notches may be the problem. There may be some foreign object jammed in them
or they may damaged. Take a small screwdriver and see that the spring loaded ramps in the notches compress. GE's cusomer assistance number is 1-877-207-0923. These units have a 2 year warranty though I dont know about second owners.

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