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Henzee, the part you are looking for is called the KitchenAid blender drive coupling. It is the little black rubber piece ontop of the motor base that looks like a crown with six teeth on top. The motor spins this piece which them spins the blades. It is a very common replacement part for the KSB5 blenders made by KitchenAid.
The part number you are looking for is 9704230, i am not aware of any places in Africa that sell the part but you can probably find someone in the USA that can ship it to Africa.
Here is a link to the video we have on changing the part out:
Ypou may find help here: http://www.philips-shop.co.uk/store/catalog/blender-accessories/category/BLENDER_ACCESSORIES_SU_GB_SHOPPUB/GB/en?origin=%5Btracking%5D'mckv'sPYiY0Xhr_dc&pcrid=54913018838'plid'#
Part 3: Opening up the Braun handheld blender/mixer turbo 600, typ 4191.
The front end and the motor are a cast-joint part. With one more circumferential kerf, the grip-part came free, also showing that there is no other way to open the machine irreversibly.
It also showed that the contacts between the motor and the print are/were relatively loose, which amazed me for a motor of 600 Watt. And in my case: they were burnt. That explained the machine not working. It is surprising that the thermal safety didn't kick in when my wife used the machine
Breville CBL10 has been a fantastic appliance but now electrical section works at slow speed only so I will get rid of it, however the glass jug complete with lid, blade etc is still perfect. Does anyone need this part? I am in Rockhampton.
Look at the underside of the blade shaft. The metal wing nut on the end of the shaft secures the blade assembly to cream coloured plastic blade base. The wing nut also transmits the drive from the rubber coupling on your blender to the blade shaft. The wing nut has a LEFT HAND thread. The left hand thread ensures the blade assembly does not unscrew during normal blender use.
Firstly disassemble the blender blade assembly. Place a folded tea towel over the blades and hold the blades firmly. If you do not use a tea towel you may cut yourself.
Grip the wing nut with your other hand and unscrew it CLOCKWISE. Remove the wing nut. You can now remove the blade from the plastic base.
Put the blade assembly in the new jug and offer up the plastic base from under the jug so that the blade shaft protudes enough for you to install the wing nut.
Screw the wing nut ANTI-CLOCKWISE to secure the blades to the plastic base.
Do not over tighten the wing nut; you may have to replace your jug again at some point.