If reasonably priced, I need to purchase replacement parts for the subject blender: the glass jar, the lid, and the plastic ring and blade assembly, including the rubber gasket. Can you suggest website or national retailer where I can get these parts?
I tried Sears' Kenmore website, and it was of no help at all, not even listing the blender model.
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If it cannot be purchased right from the maufacturer (which it likely won't as it is 11 years old), you can get nice blenders for around $20 at super stores like Walmart that work well and last for a while.
If you have the glass jar then purchase either a new rubber seal for the blade to jar fitment or replace the blade assembly, it will be one or the other. If you have plastic beaker then get a new beaker, it is sold as a single assembly.
I had the same issue. i took the gasket from the other blade to use with the blade i use everyday. one trick is, don't remove that gasket to clean it but make sure it stays in there. Just soak it and scrub it good, to make sure it stays seated in there.
If the gasket comes loose while you are grinding, the lid will come loose in the base and sometimes causes you to not be able to get the jar from the base. you have to turn the jar the opposite direction to get the lid to tighten up, then you can remove the jar from the base.
I am trying to get replacement jars since those plastic nobbies that run the blender have broken off. It is down to one of 3 nobbies, so it can't be run anymore. I mght just have to buy a brand new blender but it seems so wasteful.
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.
[Note: I have not ordered from this site yet so I can't say how reputable they are.]
They offer the glass jar, blade assembly, and other parts for the BL1900R. Judging from reviews, it may not be long until something else goes wrong.. I am gong to order the replacement part this one time. If anything else goes wrong though, forget it. Too bad. Black and Decker usually makes good stuff.