Introduction

If your blender doesn't power on, you may have a faulty or damaged power cord. This guide will show you how to replace it.

Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the 5 screws (13mm long, 6mm wide) holding the outer base.
  • Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the 5 screws (13mm long, 6mm wide) holding the outer base.

  • Lift the base up to remove it.

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Remove the midsection by pulling it up. If the section is stuck, use the iFixit plastic opening tool to pry it off.
  • Remove the midsection by pulling it up. If the section is stuck, use the iFixit plastic opening tool to pry it off.

  • Pull the power cord through the mid-section opening.

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  • Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the 6 screws (13 mm long, 6 mm wide).

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  • Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the two screws (5 mm long, 3 mm wide) holding the power cord onto the motor cover.

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  • Using the iFixit plastic opening tool, pry the motor cover off the general housing. Once it is loose, lift it up to remove it off the base.

  • Slide the cover all the way to the end of the power cord.

  • Please note that the power cord does not completely come off the cover.

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  • Check the connection between the power cord and the wires coming from the circuit board.

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  • Remove the plastic caps on the wire connectors with your hands.

  • Ensure that the connections are not loose, corroded or desoldered.

  • If the connections are desoldered, loose or corroded, re-solder them using the iFixit soldering guide.

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  • If the connections in the preceding step are good, check the connection of the wires to the circuit board.

  • If any of the connections are loose or damaged, the blender might not be getting power.

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  • Re-solder the connections using the iFixit Soldering guide.

  • The red arrow shows where the wires enter the circuit board.

  • The orange circle shows where the black ground wire is soldered to the board and the blue circle shows where the red power wire is soldered to the board.

  • Make sure you check the correct solder as the wires are routed differently.

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Conclusion

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

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