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Take the bowl off, turn it on in the centre at the front where the base of the handle would normally be there is a light coloured button/plastic piece. Push it in with a matchstick. If the motor now starts then you have a problem with the safety switching mechanism in either the bowl or the lid. It is more often the lid. The only solution is to replace the faulty part. Easiest is go to a service agent and buy whichever part solves the problem.
You did not specify where the leak is coming from, so I can only guess and my guess is the base. Assemble gasket first, then blade plate and then base retainer. You can tighten the base tighter while the unit is on the motor base. the motor base will let you get it slightly tighter.
Unplug the blender. Use a baking soda and vinegar solution to clean the metal contacts on the bottom of the metal blender blade. (You will see a small circular inverted washer looking thing). Use the solution on the main blender unit also. (You will see a small circular metal piece in the center) Scrub them both with the solution and wipe. These seem to be some type of sensors. I then replugged the blender back in and it worked for me!! Good luck!
Basically, the more your pay the more you get.
Pre-programmed 'Ice Crush' and 'Smoothie' settings
1200W instead of 1000W.
Heavy duty die-cast metal base
LCD display counts up when a speed setting is selected or counts down for pre-programmed settings
Hope this helps!
Yes, I know what it is. On the base of the blender jar (the plastic base) there are some "fingers" that must contact the base to allow operation to take place. Turn it upside down and look at the little plastic "fingers" around the outside periphery of the plastic base.
These fingers tend to break over time... mine only has two left right now, and it only works in one particular position as a result.
Rotate the blender jar one spot at a time until you are able to operate it "normally". I use it for margaritas, and it won't allow me to push the button for Frozen Drink unless the jar is in the right position.
I am going to try and find a replacement base (or entire blender jar) somewhere... or else I will finally have to retire my favorite blender of all time!