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Just fixed my blender. Motor was working fine, but the bladea wouldn't turn. I removed the blade piece from the base and tried moving the blades by hand and they wouldn't turn. So, I lubricated the blade at the location where it's supposed to rotate. I kept trying to move the blades by hand and gradually they started to loosen up. All fixed!!! I guess they get stuck after a few years of use.
it sounds to me that its riped the drive dog out of the blades i know the black wheel is striped off, i gees the lad put a house brick into it and span it up if thees blenders are left not in use for a time they can seize up and most people never think to turn the rubber wheel to see if the blades still go around first thats how they get striped out, sorry im not much help here
I am looking for the dispensing valve for my BackToBasic. I'm not sure but I think it is a 700. It is a black dispenser with a chrome base. Please let me know if this part can be replaced. I could settle for a white one but it would look like a "saddle on a donkey" as my husband would put it.
You will definitely need to change the clutch blade i.e. the black rubber rotating bit. Chaging it on the base unit may be difficult, I would check with your local Kitcheaid repairer for spare parts and repair advice.
this is getting more and more common there is a part between the motor and the drive gear that snaps for no reason . its job is to snap if the blades jam as a "fuse" to save your house from a overheating ,jammed motor . the problem is there are no parts to buy to fix this . if its new take it back to where you bought it . otherwise shipping it 2 ways for repair to the factory is sometimes as much or more as a new blender ........ i would recomend you do one of two things : go to a goodwill or other type shop and get a nice vintage blender , it will last forever ! or move up to a vita mix . its costly but it will realy last you ... this new made in china junk is just bad news even when it has the kitchen aid name on it . its still the same junk ..... good luck........ Please if this answer helped , please rate this 3 or 4 stars . and keep
me in the paid answer department . A 1 or 2 may knock me down into the
unpaid ranks. Thanks Cactus Bob .