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-Make sure the lip is closed at the correct position and press down to lock before it let you turn it on.

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Euro-Pro Ninja... | Answered 3 days ago

try rotating the container part 1/4 of a turn to line up slots and press down . then if it does not blend turn another 1/4 turn to line up slots and press down pushing container into base motor unit .
container and screw on blade lid is put in upside down and the plastic posts have to match the base unit to turn on the blender when you press down on container into base unit.

I own and use a ninja blender !.

Blenders | Answered 3 days ago

If the light on the power button is blinking, the single serve cup isn't fully engaged. Insert and twist clockwise to lock into position.

When using the single serve cup, the only blender button that will work is the pulse button.

NINJA Blender... | Answered 3 days ago

IF YOU ARE ALREADY STUCK: Find the tiny detention/release "button" in the grove at the back near the top of the base unit. Use a butter knife or the back of a sharp one to slide the button DOWN toward the counter (not in toward the blender blades).

TO PREVENT THE PROBLEM: Look at the 4 locking tabs on the single serve cup. They are rectangular with the lower right corner HEAVILY beveled (when viewed broadside). The solution to the problem is to LIGHTLY bevel the upper left corner too. I used a pocket knife to shave just a little bit off at 45 degrees. Proceed carefully one tab at a time testing it in the rear slot. Shave just enough to get an easy release. Shave all 4 tabs on the cup so it doesn't matter which one is inserted in the rear groove.

NINJA Blender... | Answered 3 days ago

read your owner manual section troubleshooting. However you must test the control board fro defective, but test the main switch for defective use the multimeter for continuity and replace it
God bless you

Euro-Pro Ninja... | Answered 3 days ago

I was just having the same problem and looking for a solution...then I found it myself by accident. By pulling up on the cup and then trying to turn it came off pretty easily. I was trying to push down, which seemed to make it tighter.

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Back to Basics... | Answered on Jul 04, 2020

There are no manuals on this site.
Try google.

Russell Hobbs... | Answered on Jun 07, 2020

Hi, do you have that parts for Villaware blander?

VillaWare... | Answered on May 24, 2020


Blenders | Answered on May 21, 2020

I had this problem and, after seeing these posts, was motivated to avoid paying the cost of a new blade unit. Here's how it can be fixed:
1. Take a kitchen hotpad and hold the blade (top) side of the unit in your hand as you unscrew the rubber gear on the base. This is a left-handed screw, so you must turn it clockwise, to free it up. This should be doable by hand. Be careful, removing the gear exposes a washer note which side is up, and place both the gear and washer aside.
2. With the blades held in the hotpad, unscrew the top nut, again clockwise. This takes more effort, but it will eventually give way. As this nut comes off, it exposes a rectangular post, to which everything is attached.
3. Remove a washer with a rectangular cutout. Make sure you remember which side is up (I think it makes no difference). This may require some rocking to remove the washer from the round-threaded end. It will come off.
4. Remove both blades in a similar manner. Note their orientation, which is important.
5. Next, remove a rubber gasket. On mine, it has a groove which is asymmetric. I don't think the orientation is important, but, again, you may want to note it.
6. What is left is an axle inside a sleeve. There are no bearings. In mine, I had to tap/drive this out. Take a flat-ended rod (ideas: I used the hex-shaped post end of a nut socket. An old drill bit you don't care about, rotated would also work). Place the unit on the edge of the counter, up-side pointing up, in a way so the bottom end of the axle could fall free when you drive it out. Gently tap the axle through the unit, using the helper tool when the axle is within the sleeve. It will drive completely out.
7. Clean everything. I simply scrubbed the axle and took a small brush to the inside of the sleeve. This doen't need to be perfect, but anything left on either surface may ultimately impair the functioning of the axle.
8. Lubricate the axle with household oil or a dab of grease. You will find that the axle will now slide into the sleeve fairly easily (I had the best luck from the top.)
9. Reattach the base gear, then the top in the obvious order. Everything should spin freely from this point on.
REMEMBER: always use the hotpad whenever you grip the blades and to tighten the bolt on top so that the axle protrudes slightly above the nut.
Good luck!

Cuisinart SPB-7... | Answered on May 09, 2020

you checked at your nearest electronic shop,I think the motor available in that shop

Blenders | Answered on May 05, 2020
you watch this video & your problem is solved

Blenders | Answered on May 05, 2020

contact the makers for a replacement part. or google it

Blenders | Answered on Apr 10, 2020

we do not sell anything on fixya check amazon or google it

Blenders | Answered on Apr 08, 2020

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