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Need to find gasket for waring FT-9 Model 1159 blender. Liquid in glass cloverleaf container leaks out while blending.

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    power problem

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    no power

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    I just bought a Russell Hobbs blender on the weekend. I used it once and liquid leaked out of the bottom of the jug and also out of the bottom of the machine. I noticed there are holes in there that are supposed to be there. How do I fix this?

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