Question about As Seen On TV Magic Bullet Food Processor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This happened to me, and I was told by the company that I had to purchase a brand new base, that the plastic turning device can not be repaired. If it is under warranty, you may not have to pay anything but shipping, and maybe not that either. If you do not have the number to the company, go on-line and and search for it. Call the company and report what the problem is.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
SOURCE: Magic Bullet Blender Repair
i had the same problem,broken plastic drive gear.
solution ; sacrifice one of the blender choppers bases you use the least (usually the flat cutter)
hold the cutter blade with pliers or in a vice if you can and unscrew the rubber gear off the shaft in a clockwise direction -- CLOCKWISE--DIRECTION-- easy huh.
Now insert screwdriver to suit,(coss,phillips or flat blade type) into centre hole in underside base of power head drive unit. Hold unit firmly and now unscrew broken gear or brass centre piece left behind CLOCKWISE again off spindle.
Finally screw rubber gear back onto motor spindle in ANTI clockwise direction. DO NOT over tighten. Rotation of motor and drag caused by blending action tightens assembly with use.
Done. for pics follow this link
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
A Manual for the Bullet 10 can be found online here:
The Magic Bullet website also has A fFequntly Asked Questions section as well as a Recipe page that you may find useful:
Posted on Oct 21, 2011
The base gear/ top gear is available on ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Top-Gear-Spare-Part-for-Magic-Bullet-MBR-1701-for-on-top-of-the-Power-Base-/310396184641?pt=Small_Kitchen_Appliances_US&hash=item48450de841#ht_559wt_700
Posted on Apr 24, 2012
Had the same problem - it wouldn't press down. The little white plastic things inside of the base that go up and down when the cup is pushed down, were stuck. I think that something leaked into them so they wouldn't slide easily. I wiped out the inside of the base with a damp cloth and then I put a drop or two of WD40 at the top of the white plastic pieces and rubbed it up and down the length of all 3 of the white plastic pieces (this being done with the base lying on its side so the WD40 doesn't drip down into the mechanism). Then, with base upright, I used a screwdriver to try to manually push the white plastic pieces down. It worked. Of course before doing any of this - be sure the thing is unplugged (duh!).
Posted on Jun 18, 2012
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