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- Motor, Blade, or Blade Attachment Refuses to Rotate when Turned On.
- Food is Not Blended to Desired Consistency.
- Can't Get Snow from Ice
- Food Chopped too Finely/too Watery
- Variable Speed for a Single Serving
Motor, Blade, or Blade Attachment Refuses to Rotate when Turned On. ¶
You have trouble starting the blender's motor or blade attachments.
Improper Power Cord Connection ¶
The power cord isn't recieving power. Ensure the the power cord is plugged into a working outlet, or a power strip that’s turned on. If power continues to be an issue, check the circuit break or the fuse for that outlet.
Improper Lid Placement ¶
The lid is not properly secured to the pitcher. Securely attach the pitcher lid by verifying the arrows are lined up.
Pitcher or Single Serving Cup Placement ¶
The pitcher or single serve cup isn't correctly placed on the base of the blender. Properly attach either the pitcher or single serve cup onto the motor base. They should rest secure and fit snug.
The Blender Has Had A Power Overload ¶
If the power cut off to the motor while in use and a light begins flashing, the Ninja Ultima BL810 has undergone a power overload. If the power overload light continues to flash, unplug the power cord and wait 15 minutes before reconnecting. If the flashing light has subsided, proceed with blending.
The Blender Has Overheated ¶
If the power cuts off midway through blending, the motor has overheated. Unplug the power cord and wait 15 minutes before reconnecting and continuing to blend.
Food is Not Blended to Desired Consistency. ¶
You are unable to achieve evenly chopped up food when blending.
Not Utilizing The Pulse Function ¶
If the food is not being properly chopped up, meaning that it is chunky, instead of holding the blend button use short pulses to obtain better results.
Can't Get Snow from Ice ¶
You are unable to turn ice into a fine snow.
Wrong Blade Configuration ¶
It is reccomended to use the top stacked blade assembly with the bottom blades in order to achieve snow from ice.
Wrong Speed ¶
To achieve snow use the pulse setting first, then use high speeds (5 to 10 ) to completely turn the ice to snow.
Food Chopped too Finely/too Watery ¶
Your food is chopped too much and has become liquidy or too fine.
Too Much Liquid ¶
Pouring out some of the excess if it is a juicy fruit, or adding more of thee food if the user added too much water.
Wrong Speed/Blade ¶
Use a slower speed, or carefully remove the top blade assembly.
Variable Speed for a Single Serving ¶
You are not able adjust chopping speed for a single serving.
The Single Serving Cup Has One Setting ¶
The ninja blender does not possess the ability to change its speeds with the single serving cup connected to the blender. If it is required to alter the speed of the blender, consider connecting the pitcher to the motor. The pitcher has the ability to change speeds.