Introduction

The motor is the driving force of the blender. It sits in a metal container and is surrounded by copper wire.

Image 1/3: Remove the four rubber feet using the needle nose pliers. Image 2/3: Remove the four #7.5 Phillips 25mm screws that were located underneath the rubber feet using the Phillips #2 screwdriver. Image 3/3: Remove the four #7.5 Phillips 25mm screws that were located underneath the rubber feet using the Phillips #2 screwdriver.
  • Remove the glass container and place the blender upside down on a solid surface.

  • Remove the four rubber feet using the needle nose pliers.

  • Remove the four #7.5 Phillips 25mm screws that were located underneath the rubber feet using the Phillips #2 screwdriver.

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  • Lift the back panel up, sliding it along the power cord.

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Image 1/3: Remove the rubber O-ring by lifting it up. Image 2/3: Remove the ribbon cable from the chassis by lifting it up. Image 3/3: Remove the ribbon cable from the chassis by lifting it up.
  • Remove the two #5 Phillips 95 mm machine screws using the Phillips #2 screwdriver.

  • Remove the rubber O-ring by lifting it up.

  • Remove the ribbon cable from the chassis by lifting it up.

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Image 1/3: Repeat this process with the red wire on the other side of the chassis. Image 2/3: Remove the end cap using the 8" needle nose pliers. Image 3/3: Pull up the fan chassis.
  • Unhook the white wire that is looped around the peg by pulling it out of the clip.

  • Repeat this process with the red wire on the other side of the chassis.

  • Remove the end cap using the 8" needle nose pliers.

  • Pull up the fan chassis.

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Image 1/1: This step is difficult and requires force.  Use of both hands is recommended.
  • Remove the fan by lifting it upwards.

  • This step is difficult and requires force. Use of both hands is recommended.

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  • Use the needle nose pliers to turn the coupling clockwise to loosen it.

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Image 1/1: Remove the two #8 Phillips 12 mm screws using the Phillips #2 screwdriver.
  • Rotate the blender 90 degrees clockwise.

  • Remove the two #8 Phillips 12 mm screws using the Phillips #2 screwdriver.

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Image 1/1: Pull the wire out from the metal loop that you loosened.
  • Slide the knife in the metal loop holding the insulation before the white copper wire, and wiggle the knife back and forth until it loosens.

  • Pull the wire out from the metal loop that you loosened.

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  • Lift the motor up out of the chassis.

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Conclusion

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

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