Einleitung

The fix is needed when the motor is worn out and overheats when used. To replace the old motor for a new one a Philips screwdriver (2mm), Tri-head screwdriver (2mm) and a soldering iron are needed. Also, you will need a new motor.

  1. Place the product on a clean and empty surface.
    • Place the product on a clean and empty surface.

  2. Twist the attachment with the blades from the base of the blender.
    • Twist the attachment with the blades from the base of the blender.

  3. Unscrew the Tri-point screw (2mm) on the top to disassemble the top part of the casing.
    • Unscrew the Tri-point screw (2mm) on the top to disassemble the top part of the casing.

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  5. Unscrew the Phillips (2mm) connecting the middle part of the casing with the bottom part.
    • Unscrew the Phillips (2mm) connecting the middle part of the casing with the bottom part.

  6. Use force to twist the middle part from the bottom part of the casing OR use spudgers to wiggle open the product.
    • Use force to twist the middle part from the bottom part of the casing OR use spudgers to wiggle open the product.

    • This reveals the motor.

  7. Lift the motor out of the casing.
    • Lift the motor out of the casing.

    • Unscrew the Phillips (2mm) to disconnect the motor from the plastic part that transfers the motor rotations to the blade.

  8. With a soldering iron disconnect the wires coming from the motor from the PCB.
    • With a soldering iron disconnect the wires coming from the motor from the PCB.

    • Refer to this How to Solder and Desolder Connections guide to find more information on proper soldering techniques.

Abschluss

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

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