Does your Magic Bullet NutriBullet suddenly stop during use? NutriBullet blenders are susceptible to a range of problems that could cause the blender to suddenly stop, many of which are simple to fix. Check the following possible causes to identify and solve the problems.
Cause 1: Blender Unplugged During Use
If the blender stops working during use, it is possible that the blender accidentally became unplugged during use. Check to make sure that the blender’s cord is still plugged into a wall socket and did not come out while you were blending. If the cord became unplugged during use, plug it back into the wall socket and try blending again.
Cause 2: Blender Has Wires and Other Components Exposed
During the use of the NutriBullet blender, loose wires and other internal components from the device may become exposed. Use the replacement guide on how to replace the NutriBullet’s outside casing to remove the blender’s exterior casing. After the casing is removed, you will be able to view the internal parts of the blender. Check the internal components for any exposed wires and internal components that may need to be reattached.
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