Repairing Black and Decker BL3000S Power Cord
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This guide will explain how to check the electrical connections to power the Black and Decker blender.
- Author: Elmer Pres Urbano
- Time required: 15-20 minutes
- Difficulty: Difficult
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Before disassembling the blender base, make sure the blender disconnected from any power outlet.
Lift the jar straight up from the base without tilting the jar.
Remove the two base leg covers next to the power cord using pliers or a flat-head screwdriver.
This provides access to the base screws beneath.
Remove the following screws that secure the top and bottom halves of the base.
One 1/4 Phillips screw
One TA-20 screw
Both screwdrivers must have a minimum of a three inch shank (length).
Screwdrivers with extenders will not fit down the access holes.
Lift the top half of the base from the bottom half of the base to reveal the internal mechanism.
Tug on wires in the marked locations to make sure they are secure.
If the wire stays still, the connection is secure.
If you still have problems with the blender, it is probably a problem with the motor. Since the motor is irreplaceable, you will have to order a new blender.
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