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It is possible that your blender is not plugged in. Check to make sure that your blender is properly plugged into a operating power outlet and then try to turn your blender on again. If your blender still will not turn on, your power cord may have faulty connections. Look at your power cord and see if it is broken or torn. If it is broken or torn you will need to replace the power cord with a new one. If neither of these solutions work to get your blender to turn on, you may have to replace the circuit board.
 
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Original post by: Dana ,

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It is possible that your blender is not plugged in. Check to make sure that your blender is properly plugged into a operating power outlet and then try to turn your blender on again. If your blender still will not turn on, your power cord may have faulty connections. Look at your power cord and see if it is broken or torn. If it is broken or torn you will need to replace the power cord with a new one. If neither of these solutions work to get your blender to turn on, you may have to replace the circuit board.

Go to this link for further help: [[Oster 6812 Troubleshooting#Section_The_Blender_Will_Not_Turn_On]]

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