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Broken blade housing
I have the whole blender. White with a red glass pitcher.
I have only used it twice. For ice. What would you pay for the whole blender? You would then have a back up of it all. Works fine. Just too heavy for me.
on Jul 06, 2013
In dire need for a lid and power cord for this blender
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.
on Apr 14, 2013
We have a Jenn Air #JBL800EAAU blender that is
Hello and Welcome to FixYa!
In order to trouble shoot the problem to the root cause, you need to check each possibility one by one.
Double Check for the Power supply socket working.
Do make sure that the power cord is intact and is supplying power to the electrical equipment. For this you need to check the voltage at the internal connection of the power cord. There are cases in which the power cord is broken internally, that causes fluctuation in the supply and the device starts malfunctioning.
If the power is Ok, then you need to check for the working of the Button and the electrical motor. There is a possibility that the winding of the motor might gone faulty.
Carefully check all the above possibilities one by one.
Best of Luck,
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on Nov 28, 2012
How do i get the
The best way that I've found to remove the bottom from the blender jar is to put the blender jar back on the blender base (make sure it locks in place) and then turn the jar to the right. You'll feel the jar detaching from the base. Once it's loosened up, remove from the base and finish turning the bottom, manually. Before I found this method, I had tried everything to get the plastic bottom detached from the jar. Without removing the bottom, there's no way to clean it properly and rather than be unsafe I'd need to throw the whole works in the trash. But the method I've described above works every time!
on Mar 27, 2012
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