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Try a web search for the device manual. Beyond that, you will probably not have a service manual from anyone but the manufacturer.

Margaritaville... | Answered 2 days ago

I have been searching for about 30 minutes, and I reckon the company are out of business. The company headquarters were in Venezuela, but my Spanish is not that good. Nowhere appears to do spares and any reviews I find go back to around 2009.

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Blenders | Answered on Jan 14, 2019

I know this is an old, old post, but I could not find a solution anywhere, so hopefully this will help someone. We have a model 51BL25, similar to scottman55's blender, and it had the same problem. There are two separate nuts in the blade assembly. One holds the blade on, and the other holds the seal tight. When the latter gets loose, the blender shakes and leaks.
To fix it, first you have to remove the top nut holding the blade on. I had to get in there with pliers, but a ratchet with an extension would be perfect. This nut is right-handed ("normal"). Once that nut is loose, you can remove the nut and the blade. You will also want to remove the washer immediately under the blade (take note of which side goes up).
Now, you can pull the whole axle out by the wheel on bottom of the blender. This exposes a really thin, flat nut. In my case, this nut had come completely off, so nothing was really holding the seal together at all. Again, make sure you remember which direction the nut goes -- it is not quite symmetrical. That nut is what comes loose when the blender starts leaking. By the way, it is a left-handed nut, so it screws on counter-clockwise ("backwards"). Screw it in tight, then put the rest of the blade assembly back together, and your done. If you have the right tools, it should take only maybe 5 minutes.
Depending on your problem/model, this may or may not solve your problem. Hope it helps!

Blenders | Answered on Jan 07, 2019

Sometimes they can be soldered to a circuit board. If it is inline, it could look like a small metal tube with what looks like white porcelain on one end where the wire comes out. If this is present, it is a circuit breaker similar to a fuse but instead of blowing with an electrical overload, it is sensitive to heat like from an over heating motor. This may be glued to a solid part of the motor like the steel plate lamination and must be replaced. These don't reset. These can also be completely inside a piece of plastic tubing as their leads are not insulated. Good luck.

Cuisinart... | Answered on Jan 03, 2019

This has already been answered on Fixya

Tefal Blenders | Answered on Dec 28, 2018

check the operator manual - and see the parts breakdown picture. the sequence of parts to remove to replace it would be evident from the pictures.

Oster Blenders | Answered on Dec 21, 2018


Kenwood Blenders | Answered on Dec 18, 2018

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