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Power cord is pretty standard for appliances/desktop PCs/printers. I would try the local Goodwill, they all have a wall with cords for every manner of appliance. On any given day, my local Goodwill has them in black and grey. Or any electronics store will have them.
As far as the lid - I'm not sure if you lost/broke the entire thing or just the plastic cap in the center. That Jenn-Air center plastic piece is easily broken. Your local Ace Hardware or True value sells replacement Blender cap inserts. Glass center with aluminum washer/nut that screws on from below. Looks better than original and won't yellow.
Are you blending something hot? When you blend a hot item the steam that is released will increase the pressure in the headspace above the contents in the blender. The lid will eventually blow off to release the pressure.
To avoid this problem begin blending with no more that one cup of ingredients. Before turning the blender on, remove the center lid insert to allow venting of steam. Blend on low speed. As you blend you can add another 1 1/2 cups of additional liquid through the opening in the lid.
The blender we bought called that piece the measuring cup, It has increments measuring liquid by the ounce. I am not trying to over simplify but the manufacturer whether on line or on the phone often they have a replacement parts list. The web is the best place and usually has the list attached to the model.
Hi, i read your are having trouble with the tap on your blender. We pulled our blender out of the box and used it for the first time and it leaked through the base, through the motor all over the bench top.
At first i thought the tap was leaking too, then I investigated a little bit and found it was leaking through the white tension clips on the inside of the black base.
Then i discovered that there is a recess for an "O" ring, which seals the glass jug to the black base thus solving the leak.
However there was no "O" ring in the recess and now I am trying to find a replacement one.