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You need to buy a new one or a refurbished one. Search google with keywords "amazon magic bullet power base".

As Seen On TV... | Answered on Nov 30, 2013


download or print it here
http://teves.us/magic_bullet.pdf

As Seen On TV... | Answered on Nov 15, 2013


Drop it hard into a dumpster and see if it comes loose! :) I don't have one so i don't know how to remove it from the base

As Seen On TV... | Answered on Oct 20, 2013


These are all over the internet, Ebay, etc etc. just google.

As Seen On TV... | Answered on Aug 24, 2013


The Magic Bullet power base is designed with HIGH TORQUE MOTORS and it is NOT TO BE USED FOR MORE THAN A MINUTE PER USE.Otherwise its gonna last a long time. You need to buy a new one or a refurbished one. Search google with keywords "amazon magic bullet power base".

As Seen On TV... | Answered on Aug 24, 2013


GO TO BLENDERGEARS.COM

THEY HAVE ALL THE MAGIC BULLET GEARS THERE. I RECENTLY FIXED MINE.

As Seen On TV... | Answered on Jun 17, 2013


I posted the reply pasted below on how to take the Bullet apart - really not difficult once you know where the hidden screws are apart. Once apart it easy to see where the power cable terminates and should be easily possible to connect in a new cable in its place.

Yes its easy to take the Magic Bullet apart.

1. First pry out the 4 black rubber feet on the base with small screwdriver and unscrew the 4 cross head screws revealed below.

2. Remove this black base to reveal the inner black base Unscrew the cable clamp - 2 screws and the 3 screws that retain the remaining black base to the body of the bullet - slide it off over the power cable.

3. Turn the bullet the proper way up and pry out the 3 white rubber bumpers with a screw driver blade that are set inside for the cup to rest on - each is located with two rubber pins. Once all 3 are removed you will reveal 3 more cross head screws - these countersunk - remove all 3 and then the internal motor will be free to lift out through the top of the Bullet casing.

4. Its possible to slip out the 3 white plastic sliders - taking care to note how they seat each on a small spring to cleanup both the slides and the sliders.

To re assemble step by step in reverse - noting to align the motor cable with the cutouts on the bullet base.

As Seen On TV... | Answered on Oct 14, 2012


Yes its easy to take the Magic Bullet apart.

1. First pry out the 4 black rubber feet on the base with small screwdriver and unscrew the 4 cross head screws revealed below.

2. Remove this black base to reveal the inner black base Unscrew the cable clamp - 2 screws and the 3 screws that retain the remaining black base to the body of the bullet - slide it off over the power cable.

3. Turn the bullet the proper way up and pry out the 3 white rubber bumpers with a screw driver blade that are set inside for the cup to rest on - each is located with two rubber pins. Once all 3 are removed you will reveal 3 more cross head screws - these countersunk - remove all 3 and then the internal motor will be free to lift out through the top of the Bullet casing.

4. Its possible to slip out the 3 white plastic sliders - taking care to note how they seat each on a small spring to cleanup both the slides and the sliders.

To re assemble step by step in reverse - noting to align the motor cable with the cutouts on the bullet base.

As Seen On TV... | Answered on Oct 14, 2012


Your black plastic blades, which are on the bottom of the black blade attachment, that interlock with the blades on the base of the machine may be worn down. When the bullet is turned on and these are not interlocked properly they rub on each other causing the interlocking part to wear down so it no longer catches to turn the blades. As far as I know the only solution for this is to get a replacement part.

As Seen On TV... | Answered on Oct 08, 2012

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