I need to reconnect the electrical wires from the motor to the 2 speed switch.
I have three wires connected to the motor...
but 4 connection point on the switch...
where do I connect the wires?
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most blenders throttle the power by using different taps inside the motor winding themselfs ., the switch just selects what tap to use and applies power to that winding , just three windings can produce multi speeds if used in combinations sorry no easy fix for switchs other than to make sure theres no food down inside them , i use a good electrical contact spray (CRC) down in them to make sure
Oster.com shows one Oster service center in Illinois: (http://www.oster.com/ServiceCenters.aspx?state=Illinois)
Household Appliance Sales and Service
7034 North Milwaukee Avenue Niles, Illinois 60714-3707 Phone: 847-647-8250 Fax: 847-647-2214
It's a roughly 45-minute drive from your zip code, according to Google Maps. You may want to call them with a description of your problem and see if they can service. There are also several locations in PA that will service Oster blenders.
Replace the blade assembly immediately. They are available from Cuisinart's website. Sugars and other stuff can gum up the blade assembly over time, so it will periodically need to be replaced. A quick and easy way to keep the blade assembly clean and working longer is to put water and a drop of dishwashing soap in the blender after use and run the blender at low speed for 15-20 seconds - an old Osterizer trick.
unplug it.... use a small plastic screw driver or even a metal one if you are careful... pry gently up on one side of the fuse... it should pop out of the holder. when it does... use your fingers to grab the end and pull up. the fuse is replaced by placing it back into the holder and pushing down until each end pops back into the holder
Yeah, the blades probably need to be replaced. The replacement blade assemblies for most models can be ordered directly from Oster - their phone # is 1-800-334-0759 - you have to go through an elaborate menu tree to get to the right place.