Remove the base of the blender by removing the 4 screws at underneath.. Remove the base of the blender by removing the 4 screws at underneath.. Remove the base of the blender by removing the 4 screws at underneath..
  • Remove the base of the blender by removing the 4 screws at underneath..

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Detach the base however do not separate it too far as it is still attached! Detach the base however do not separate it too far as it is still attached!
  • Detach the base however do not separate it too far as it is still attached!

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Detach any cables/wires from the switch panel. They should be attached with an easy to remove pinch clip (just pinch to unclip). Detach any cables/wires from the switch panel. They should be attached with an easy to remove pinch clip (just pinch to unclip). Detach any cables/wires from the switch panel. They should be attached with an easy to remove pinch clip (just pinch to unclip).
  • Detach any cables/wires from the switch panel. They should be attached with an easy to remove pinch clip (just pinch to unclip).

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Whilst holding the fan on the inside, unscrew the silicon grip on the top of the blender. This should unscrew with a small amount of force. Whilst holding the fan on the inside, unscrew the silicon grip on the top of the blender. This should unscrew with a small amount of force. Whilst holding the fan on the inside, unscrew the silicon grip on the top of the blender. This should unscrew with a small amount of force.
  • Whilst holding the fan on the inside, unscrew the silicon grip on the top of the blender. This should unscrew with a small amount of force.

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Unscrew the 3 screws attaching the motor to the top of the case. Unscrew the 3 screws attaching the motor to the top of the case. Unscrew the 3 screws attaching the motor to the top of the case.
  • Unscrew the 3 screws attaching the motor to the top of the case.

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Unscrew the black box holding the safety switch next to where the motor attaches to the case. You can now remove the motor from the case. Unscrew the black box holding the safety switch next to where the motor attaches to the case. You can now remove the motor from the case. Unscrew the black box holding the safety switch next to where the motor attaches to the case. You can now remove the motor from the case.
  • Unscrew the black box holding the safety switch next to where the motor attaches to the case. You can now remove the motor from the case.

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Using a soldering iron, heat up the solder attaching the capacitor to the side of the motor. This needs to be repeated on the other side of the motor as there are 2 capacitors (positive and negative). Using a soldering iron, heat up the solder attaching the capacitor to the side of the motor. This needs to be repeated on the other side of the motor as there are 2 capacitors (positive and negative). Using a soldering iron, heat up the solder attaching the capacitor to the side of the motor. This needs to be repeated on the other side of the motor as there are 2 capacitors (positive and negative).
  • Using a soldering iron, heat up the solder attaching the capacitor to the side of the motor. This needs to be repeated on the other side of the motor as there are 2 capacitors (positive and negative).

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Using a little pressure, insert a 02 Phillips screw driver into the little black slot next to where you desoldered the capacitor.  Use this to hold down the clip that keeps it in place. Using a little pressure, insert a 02 Phillips screw driver into the little black slot next to where you desoldered the capacitor.  Use this to hold down the clip that keeps it in place. Using a little pressure, insert a 02 Phillips screw driver into the little black slot next to where you desoldered the capacitor.  Use this to hold down the clip that keeps it in place.
  • Using a little pressure, insert a 02 Phillips screw driver into the little black slot next to where you desoldered the capacitor. Use this to hold down the clip that keeps it in place.

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Once you have done this be careful when removing the carbon brushes as it is spring loaded. Once you have done this be careful when removing the carbon brushes as it is spring loaded. Once you have done this be careful when removing the carbon brushes as it is spring loaded.
  • Once you have done this be careful when removing the carbon brushes as it is spring loaded.

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You can now replace the brushes with new ones and return the clip to its original position. You will need to push the spring back into the slot and this may take some time. Repeat on the other side and your blender should be ready to make smoothie again! You can now replace the brushes with new ones and return the clip to its original position. You will need to push the spring back into the slot and this may take some time. Repeat on the other side and your blender should be ready to make smoothie again! You can now replace the brushes with new ones and return the clip to its original position. You will need to push the spring back into the slot and this may take some time. Repeat on the other side and your blender should be ready to make smoothie again!
  • You can now replace the brushes with new ones and return the clip to its original position. You will need to push the spring back into the slot and this may take some time. Repeat on the other side and your blender should be ready to make smoothie again!

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Conclusion

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

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