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Tips for Repairing Blenders

While most blenders are built to last longer, the diminishing performance of your blender may not necessarily mean that it is time for replacement. There are several ways you can fix & repair your old blender to get it back into working condition.

The first & foremost thing is to check for blender parts that require immediate replacement. Most blenders come with manual containing instructions on which parts need frequent replacement. With the new components in place, you again have a blender working as good as new. 

A commonly encountered problem with most multi-speed blenders is the switch situated at a place most vulnerable to contact with food particles & liquids. It should thus be cleaned regularly using a contact cleaner designed especially for electronics. At times, the terminal connecting the switch to the motor becomes loose wherein you need to reconnect it. In other instances, the terminal or wire may become black indicating the occurrence of malfunction whereby the complete switch needs to be replaced.

Yet another commonly faced blender issue is that the blades of the blender fail to turn as they normally should, indicating that the drive stud is loose. All you need to do in this case is to attach wrench or pliers to the drive shaft protruding from the bottom of motor & use another wrench or pliers to twist drive stud in clockwise direction thereby tightening the drive stud.
 
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