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Oster beehive rubber drive coupling and square drive pin

Hello. It seems that the square drive pin on my Oster Beehive Blender broke off. I ordered a new rubber drive coupler and square drive pin, but can't find the old part in order to reference how it was assembled. Can you provide instruction or a link to an assembly manual or photo that can guide me through how to replace these parts and assemble them to the motor?
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  • arwest Nov 21, 2008

    I've got a similar problem -- we striped the drive shaft on the blender base. I've got a new one in hand, but can't figure out how to swap parts.

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Most probably find a Oster parts manual here. Just send them a search request.

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