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  • Remove the Blender Container from the Blender Base.

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  • Flip the blender so the bottom is facing you.

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  • Unscrew the 16mm screws located on the plastic bottom from the blender base using a Phillips #2 screwdriver.

Is it possible to get a replacement base. Just the plastic cover? I can't seem to find mine and it is cracked and broken yet still works.

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  • Remove the plastic bottom from the base of the blender.

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  • Holding the center of the fan, grip the knob in the center of the top of the blender with a wrench and twist the wrench counterclockwise.

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  • Carefully remove the motor and fan from the base of the blender.

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Image 1/3: Be careful, as there is a spring behind the contact points, that might try to shoot out and hurt you. Image 2/3: Be careful, as there is a spring behind the contact points, that might try to shoot out and hurt you. Image 3/3: Be careful, as there is a spring behind the contact points, that might try to shoot out and hurt you.
  • Now, gently pull the white wire that is connected to the base and the motor.

  • Be careful, as there is a spring behind the contact points, that might try to shoot out and hurt you.

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Image 1/3: Again, be warned as the is another spring that wants to shoot out and hurt you here as well. Image 2/3: Again, be warned as the is another spring that wants to shoot out and hurt you here as well. Image 3/3: Again, be warned as the is another spring that wants to shoot out and hurt you here as well.
  • Now, turn the motor over, and remove the black wire from the motor.

  • Again, be warned as the is another spring that wants to shoot out and hurt you here as well.

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Image 1/2: Be careful, as there is another, black wire, nearby that you do not want to de-solder. Image 2/2: Be careful, as there is another, black wire, nearby that you do not want to de-solder.
  • Now de-solder the yellow wire from circuit board. De-solder the wire following these instructions.

  • Be careful, as there is another, black wire, nearby that you do not want to de-solder.

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Image 1/3: Unscrew the four screws using the Phillips #1 screwdriver. Image 2/3: Unscrew the four screws using the Phillips #1 screwdriver. Image 3/3: Unscrew the four screws using the Phillips #1 screwdriver.
  • Locate the four 11mm screws in the circuit board.

  • Unscrew the four screws using the Phillips #1 screwdriver.

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Image 1/2: Now separate the circuit board from the base. Image 2/2: Now separate the circuit board from the base.
  • Desolder the circuit board from the base at the indicated point, following the directions by clicking here.

  • Now separate the circuit board from the base.

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Image 1/3: Flip the circuit board back over and desolder at the indicated points following the directions given [guide|750|here]. Image 2/3: Flip the circuit board back over and desolder at the indicated points following the directions given [guide|750|here]. Image 3/3: Flip the circuit board back over and desolder at the indicated points following the directions given [guide|750|here].
  • You will see that the circuit board is still attached by a red wire and a black wire.

  • Flip the circuit board back over and desolder at the indicated points following the directions given here.

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Image 1/1: De-solder the black wire from the circuit board, and then carefully remove the black wire.
  • You do not have to completely remove the circuit board to replace the power cord. You can, if desired, skip the steps of de-soldering the yellow wire, and the circuit board from the base.

  • De-solder the black wire from the circuit board, and then carefully remove the black wire.

  • Now you can solder on the new power cord.

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Conclusion

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

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