KitchenAid KSB5 Professional Stainless Steel Work Top Blender - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


I'm not familiar with that model number but if it is rubber with fingers sticking up then a large flat screwdriver under it and lever it up, bending it a little from 2 different sides and you should then be able to unscrew it (left hand thread I think) with your fingers. Failing that put in extra effort and wreck it off, the threaded part is aluminum and not strong enough to cause any damage to the motor shaft.
If the coupling is internal splines in a hole ask me another question.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Oct 17, 2019 | 111 views


I'm not familiar with that model number but if it is rubber with fingers sticking up then a large flat screwdriver under it and lever it up, bending it a little from 2 different sides and you should then be able to unscrew it (left hand thread I think) with your fingers. Failing that put in extra effort and wreck it off, the threaded part is aluminum and not strong enough to cause any damage to the motor shaft.
If the coupling is internal splines in a hole ask me another question.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Oct 17, 2019 | 132 views


The jar assembly for the KSB540 is part W10503762. this is for the 48oz jar assembly. Here is a link to the product KitchenAid Blender Jar Assembly for KSB465

You can also use the 56oz jar on your blender, which is part number W10555711, here is a link to that product as well: KitchenAid Blade Jar Assembly W10555711

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Aug 04, 2015 | 271 views


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:
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KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on May 29, 2015 | 179 views


Drill a hole in the rim flange at the top. Engage a screwdriver in the new hole and whack it with a heavy hammer. You are trying to spin the coupling in the same direction it turns when the motor runs. This solution ALWAYS works if you do it right.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Jul 18, 2014 | 94 views


The piece that you need is referred to as the coupler. The coupler is a breakway part that is designed to shear and/or wear down in the event that the blender is overloaded. This is to avoid damage to the motor.

The coupler may be purchased individually and is an easy repair that can be done at home. You may purchase the part and access step-by-step replacement instructions at the following link:

http://www.mendingshed.com/kacoupling.html

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Apr 28, 2016 | 1,000 views


Someone else suggested a link that explains exactly how to unthread the old coupling... and it works. It took me about 90 seconds to fix my blender. But in case that link is dead, here's a summary:

(1) Note that the coupling (the round part with teeth) is threaded to the blender motor in reverse to a standard threading. So it screws off just like a bottle top, but in a clockwise direction.

(2) place the blender base on a tabletop, facing you. You should probably unplug it.

(3) take a punch or a flathead screwdriver, and place it against one of the coupling teeth that is furtherest away from you.

(4) strike the back of the screwdriver with a small hammer or maillot. The result will spin coupling clockwise. It may take several tries, but the coupling will eventually spin clockwise faster than the motor, and it will begin to unthread.

(5) unscrew the old coupling, and screw the new coupling into place (counterclockwise). Note that the new coupling will tighten itself every time you use your blender, so no need to worry about tightening it too much.

(6) Make a smoothie to celebrate your success!

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Jun 15, 2013 | 16,691 views


need a repair man to look at it.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Mar 12, 2013 | 97 views


This is a most unusual case, under the circumstances I would contact KitchenAid for a solution, have you tried turning canister clockwise and anticlockwise, should unlock in "anticlockwise position" if no luck contact the manufacture.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Apr 02, 2012 | 1,354 views


If you have a Kitchenaid Blender (model KSB50B3 or similar) and the rubber teeth on the coupling (that spikey rubber thing on top of the base) broke off (see picture), here is how you can fix it yourself! The Task: The coupling is screwed onto a vertical shaft like a button mushroom. The shaft is round with two flat sides. You need to find an U-shaped thing [such as a wrench] to secure the shaft and loosen the coupling by turning it CLOCKWISE. What you need: 1. New coupling: Part number KA-9704230. Shouldn't be more than $6. I got mine at www.goodmans.net. Their shipping fee is very decent and the service is also good. 2. An U-shaped object: Some had success with household forks. That didn't work for me. Most successes came from the use of ignition wrenches. There's only about 1/4 of an inch between the coupling and the base, and these very thin wrenches can get in there. You will need size 5/16 or 9/32. I got mine at Sears. They come in a set and are not cheap!! The steps: 1. Rip the rubber cover off the coupling. There's a metal disc inside. 2. Secure the shaft with the wrench. 3. Grab the metal disc with a plier and quickly **** it CLOCKWISE. This is to overcome the inertia. 4. If not loosened repeat steps 2~3. 5. Screw new coupling on COUNTER-CLOCKWISE. Now you are ready to make that smoothe or margarita or what have you again! Disclaimer: Kids, don't do this at home. I am not responsible for any explicit or implicit damages caused by you repairing your blender. Read manufacture's warranty policy before proceeding. Call their service center if you don't feel comfortable performing the aforementioned repair.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Mar 23, 2011 | 2,397 views


the older glass jar blenders were sold as a complete ***'y too.
no separate parts were available. i'm sure the stainless jars are sold in the same way...complete.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Aug 23, 2010 | 347 views


Try http://www.kaparts.co.uk/ they are usually in stock and sent first class.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Jan 26, 2010 | 219 views


Check the assembly of the impeller. I know this is obvious, but take some time and look at how it supposed to go together... I know I become complacent on this "easy" stuff, but that blender can go together more than one way, and it's best to step back, read the owner's manual, and try again. Answer back if you have continued problems.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Nov 26, 2009 | 269 views


Visit MENDINGSHED.COM.

On the left, click KITCHENAID. On the next page, click KITCHENAID BLENDER PARTS. On the next page, you will see a listing for a drive coupling. You want to choose on the left, which is retailing for $5.95.

You may order the part if you need it. If not, click onto the parts order page and scroll down. There will be a two-step instructional guide on how to properly replace the coupler.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Aug 08, 2009 | 306 views


When the lights are flashing, this does indicate that an electronic part has failed. This blender is no longer manufactured, so finding replacement parts for it may not come easily. Repair centers are available.

This error was probably not caused by replacing the coupler, but merely coincidence.

You may find a Kitchenaid certified service location using the following link:

http://caservice.kitchenaid.com/

If this is not helpful, I would recommend calling Kitchenaid Customer Service to see what they can recommend for you.

Their toll-free number is 1-800-541-6390.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Jul 09, 2009 | 1,376 views


The rubber wheel is known as the "coupler." To clarify: the coupler is a black, cylindrical rubber piece that juts out of the top of the motor base and you set the pitcher on top of it.

This part can be replaced through a Kitchenaid certified service center, where they can provide the part for you. It is a low-cost repair.

A listing of certified Kitchenaid locations may be found here:

http://caservice.kitchenaid.com/

Also, if you are interested in self repair, you may order the part and view do-it-yourself instructions here:

http://www.mendingshed.com/kacoupling.html

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Jul 08, 2009 | 705 views


Yes.

The coupler - the black cylindrical piece that juts up from the motor base, and it has 6 teeth protruding inward toward the center of it - is responsible for transferring motion from the motor into the blade assembly. You physically set your jar on top of it.

If you're needing a replacement coupler for your blender, you may order it and find repair instructions at the following link:

www.mendingshed.com/kacoupling.html

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Jul 07, 2009 | 228 views


need to resolder the triac located on the Printed circuit board this part is on an aluminum heat sink, and the third leg is most of the times the one with a broken or poor soldering joint due to the vibration of blender

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Nov 03, 2008 | 370 views


sounds like you engage gogs under you canister are slipping or wore out lift up your canister to check them. not sure if your particular model has set screws in them or not look and see might be it hope this helps

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Sep 01, 2008 | 232 views


WELL, WHEN YOU UNPLUUGED THE BLENDER, AND RESTARTED IT - DID IT WORK. iF IT DID THEN IT MEANS THAT IT HAPPENED MIGHT BECAUSE YOU HAVE NOT BEEN USINGTHE BLENDER OFTEN.

bUT IF ITIT MAKES THE SOUNG AFAIN THAT THE MOTO OR WHERE THE CORD IS- SOME WATER MUST HAVE GONE INSIDE. IT IS BEETER OF YOU TO CHANGE THE BLENDER BECAUSE IT IS ALWAYS WRITTEN IN THE HANDBOOK THAT IF IT MAKES ANY KIND OF AEEFUL SOUND OTHER THAN THE NORMAL SOUND- STOP USING IT IMMEDIATLY.

KitchenAid KSB5... | Answered on Feb 27, 2008 | 276 views

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