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I think I overloaded the blender. Seems like it over heated. now the light on controls goes on but blender does not run when I push buttons. I checked the fuse and its good. What else should I check?

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If fuse is good and light is on, then you are getting power. Most likely and very very commonly the motor is fried. I have done it myself with 3 of these things.

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