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The rubber gears on the base are worn out. need parts to replace

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The manufacturer makes Parts & Accessories available through this site:


http://www.margaritavillecargo.com/product.aspx?pid=1377


Parts & Accessories are also available here:


http://www.blenderexpert.com/margaritaville-blender-parts.html


If you do not see the part you require I would recommend you send an inquiry to the manufacturer via their webform:


https://secure.margaritavillecargo.com/ContactUs.aspx

Posted on Jun 21, 2011

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