I have a Insta-blender model No.BL10 V/74546
Cat No.22/01. which has been the most fantastic kitchen appliance I have ever had, I bought this appliance new in the 70's and has never failed me, I would really love to be able to get it fixed.
the problem is when I switch it on it throws out the breaker on the meter box.
Can I get parts for this blender?? is there someone in the Hervey BAy q4655 area where it can be repaired.
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Kitchen appliances will and always will be an essential part of our life. Whether you are a culinary chef our a Permanent house chef :P Hand Blender, Food Processor, Stand Mixer and juicer mixer grinder these appliance will always be a part of your life. With these appliances you can tackle various kitchen chores with an ease; saving you an ample amount of time.
A small appliance that smokes is a symbol of "needs replacement It is unsafe and can cause a short circuit on your electrical system that will cost you more than 20 blenders to fix. I just wouldn't use it, something similar happened to me with another small appliance and the deal ended up costing me $6500 in electrical wiring for the kitchen. Think about it.
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.
* The contacts in the switches fried
* The motor itself fried
* The controller section fried
If you saw smoke, something fried... probably cheaper to simply replace the unit. Even if it still worked, it's a 120V electric appliance used with liquids, and I wouldn't trust it... I'd hate to hear that your blender started a kitchen fire.