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Try going to the makers web site . they should have all the parts needed for your blenders repair. That's the first thing I do when I or my wife buys something. The manufacture always has repair parts online. you might also check around for a appliance repair shop they carrie or can order the parts as well. If it's an O ring you might be able to pick up the part at an automotive parts store just don't tell them it's for a blinder till you see if the part works. It worked for me in Germany you'd be surprised how meany parts cross over form one to the other.
I did the same thing. Order parts at thegourmetdepotco.com -- This problem is caused when you put the rubber gasket underneath the blade instead of above it. This causes two problems: 1. It lifts the teeth on the jar away from the teeth on the drive gear, which can grind down and break off the teeth, and 2. If the drive gear contacts the rubber gasket, it will melt the rim of the drive gear. In the future, to reassemble the jar after cleaning, first put the rubber gasket on the jar, then the blade, lastly screw on the base ring.
You can call Waring and they can send you a parts breakdown showing the order the parts need to be in. If you still have problems they can go over the assembly with you on the phone or direct you to a service center near you to help.
You can most likely find all kind of blender parts at www.thegourmetdepotco.com. I just bought a Krups blender rubber drive gear from that online store. It's the best lowest price, compared it to Amazon.com too. Try it.
Brandy, -the gasket is a flat rubber ring -it is used to seal the space between the glass carafe and the plastic carafe base that fits into the base unit -so the order is glass carafe, chopper blade, gasket, plastic ring...turn this on tightly -place the whole carafe unit onto the base unit NOTE: it does not fit firmly...suggest that you hold it firmly before you turn the unit on
so I hope that `fix-ya` works....if not...then ask. ...as any rating than this actually lowers my rank...just the way fix-ya works bearb
I just figured it out. The key is you need to think in terms of keeping the blades and the large washers separate. Here's what you do.
Thread the blade through the glass and use the white rubber gaskets against the glass and the stainless gaskets against the hardware. Then tighten the whole enchilada to the blender with the main nut (that goes on the bottom outside of the blender). Then once that's nice and tight tighten the flange that catches the blender teeth to the remaining portion of the protruding threads. Make sure you use the copper colored gasket first then the stainless washer then the stainless flange. Tighten that real good and you should be good to go.
To check if you've done it right spin the flange. If the blades spin independent of everything else you're good to blend away!
The gasket goes between the cutting assembly and the glass. So you slip it on over the top of the blades and then put the glass jar over top of that. Screw the bottom cap on to tighten everything together.