Introduction

The fix is needed when the motor is worn out and overheats when used. To replace the old motor for a new one a Philips screwdriver (2mm), Tri-head screwdriver (2mm) and a soldering iron are needed. Also, you will need a new motor.

Place the product on a clean and empty surface.
  • Place the product on a clean and empty surface.

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Twist the attachment with the blades from the base of the blender.
  • Twist the attachment with the blades from the base of the blender.

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Unscrew the Tri-point screw (2mm) on the top to disassemble the top part of the casing.
  • Unscrew the Tri-point screw (2mm) on the top to disassemble the top part of the casing.

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Unscrew the Phillips (2mm) connecting the middle part of the casing with the bottom part.
  • Unscrew the Phillips (2mm) connecting the middle part of the casing with the bottom part.

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Use force to twist the middle part from the bottom part of the casing OR use spudgers to wiggle open the product.
  • Use force to twist the middle part from the bottom part of the casing OR use spudgers to wiggle open the product.

  • This reveals the motor.

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Lift the motor out of the casing.
  • Lift the motor out of the casing.

  • Unscrew the Phillips (2mm) to disconnect the motor from the plastic part that transfers the motor rotations to the blade.

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With a soldering iron disconnect the wires coming from the motor from the PCB.
  • With a soldering iron disconnect the wires coming from the motor from the PCB.

  • Refer to this How to Solder and Desolder Connections guide to find more information on proper soldering techniques.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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