Introduction

On the top of the NutriBullet powerbase, there are three white activators that initiate the active blending process. This replacement guide will provide instructions on how to replace these activators.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Unplug the device from the wall and turn the powerbase upside down.
    • Unplug the device from the wall and turn the powerbase upside down.

  2. Use a #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver to unscrew the four 10 mm screws located on the bottom of the power base. Use a #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver to unscrew the four 10 mm screws located on the bottom of the power base.
    • Use a #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver to unscrew the four 10 mm screws located on the bottom of the power base.

  3. Use slight tension to remove the plastic base from the NutriBullet once all of the screws are removed.
    • Use slight tension to remove the plastic base from the NutriBullet once all of the screws are removed.

    • Once the plastic base is removed, there is a fan located in the center of the powerbase. Make sure the cord does not get caught or frayed by the fan.

  4. Lift the power cord to remove it from the side slot on the curved base.
    • Lift the power cord to remove it from the side slot on the curved base.

  5. Use a #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver to remove the two 10 mm screws that secure the white bracket down. The white safety bracket holds the cord down.  After removing it, the cord will be loosened.
    • Use a #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver to remove the two 10 mm screws that secure the white bracket down.

    • The white safety bracket holds the cord down. After removing it, the cord will be loosened.

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  7. Use a #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver to remove the three 10mm screws that keep the base in place.
    • Use a #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver to remove the three 10mm screws that keep the base in place.

  8. Use slight tension to remove the curved base by lifting it upward off of the outside casing.
    • Use slight tension to remove the curved base by lifting it upward off of the outside casing.

  9. Wiggle the outside casing upward until it separates from the powerbase.
    • Wiggle the outside casing upward until it separates from the powerbase.

    • Hold the ring at the bottom of the powerbase to receive a better grip.

  10. Place the NutriBullet powerbase on the table so that the white activators are visible. Remove the three rubber protectors from the activators using either tweezers or your fingers.
    • Place the NutriBullet powerbase on the table so that the white activators are visible. Remove the three rubber protectors from the activators using either tweezers or your fingers.

  11. Remove the three 15mm screws with the Philips Head 2 Screwdriver.
    • Remove the three 15mm screws with the Philips Head 2 Screwdriver.

  12. Turn the NutriBullet powerbase upside down and remove the plastic casing by lifting it up.
    • Turn the NutriBullet powerbase upside down and remove the plastic casing by lifting it up.

  13. Determine which activator(s) fail to work by applying pressure to them. Then, remove the two 15mm screws that hold the activators in place by using the Philips Head 2 screwdriver.
    • Determine which activator(s) fail to work by applying pressure to them. Then, remove the two 15mm screws that hold the activators in place by using the Philips Head 2 screwdriver.

    • There are a total of three activators on the device.

  14. Using slight tension, pull the loose activator from the slot. The white plastic activator should fall out and they can now be replaced.
    • Using slight tension, pull the loose activator from the slot.

    • The white plastic activator should fall out and they can now be replaced.

Conclusion

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

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Seems to be almost complete info, however, where and how do I get the replacement parts?

Thank you!

Love&Peace!

Glow

Glow Wo - Reply

Could you please let me know where I might be able to obtain replacement activators? Mind broke when cleaning the machine.

Ron - Reply

Thank you. I would have went nuts looking for the screw under the rubber pieces. Would have probably destroyed the whole machine.

Joe Bailey - Reply

Thanks for the demonstration!

D S Jones - Reply

Perfect! Nice little machine that can still be serviced, unlike most of what is made today.

cward6681 - Reply

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