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Becky Hunter Posted on Jul 24, 2007

How to separate the blender from it's base

If I screw the blender glass into the base well enough to not leak, when I'm done blending, I can't separate it to clean it. Is there a trick to this? I'm not a weakling either.

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Make sure the gasket is fully seated and not uneven before you re-assemble the base and blade unit.

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