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Where do I find a replacement pitcher?


Link, Can you tell me what brand your blender is? This is usually found under the blender base or right on the front where the buttons are. Then we can tell you whether there are replacement parts or not.

May 08, 2015 | Blenders

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Pitcher stuck on base


You will likely need to replace the beaker anyway, the drive which is now melted to the motor coupling is only supplied as part of the beaker/blade assembly. You will also need a motor coupling.

Aug 01, 2012 | KitchenAid Blenders

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Hi. We have a Cuisinart smart power blender. When we mix drinks, there is some sort of black residue seeping into the glass pitcher. Do you know what is causing that?


This can be coming from discoloration and/or food acting on the rubber gasket. Be sure to take the pitcher apart, removing, the screw on base cap, the blade mechanism,and the gasket to clean your blender after each use. Acids and liquids can act on the rubber causing a discoloration and this will seep into your pitcher. This should take care of your problem. If it does, please come back to Fixya and rate my solution!

Jul 14, 2011 | Cuisinart Blenders

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My blender base has become discoloured with a sort of green mouldy streaks, how do i clean


If you remove the blinder base where the blades are you can put it all in the dishwasher. To do this grab the handle on the pitcher then unscrew the plastic base from the glass. make sure that you look how it comes apart first. then put in the dishwasher to clean. Then reassemble the way you took apart.

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The blades stopped turning in the middle of blending a batch of hummus Its is a Kitchen Aid blender about 10 years old


Does the motor still work if you take the pitcher off of the base? If so, the rod that's in the blade assembly is probably corroded. The blades are connected to a metal rod that passes through a brass tube through to the piece that makes contact with the motor when you put the pitcher on the base. The grease wears down eventually and if you don't pulse and run the motor for a long time at once, the heat can corrode the bar and cause the blade to stop spinning. You can either disassemble the blade unit, or buy a new blade unit online. google blender parts and you can get one for $10

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Waring blender BB180


try to soak hot water around the base unplug firts and pour hot water slowly at the base

Dec 28, 2007 | Waring BB180 Work Top Blender

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