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Introducción

Using this guide, the user will be able to replace the small rubber wheel that connects the blade assembly to the blender base.

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  1. Remove the cup from the blender base.
    • Remove the cup from the blender base.

  2. Turn the blender over and unscrew the three 14 mm screws holding the slotted base in place. These are Torx Security bits (TR9) on some units. Turn the blender over and unscrew the three 14 mm screws holding the slotted base in place. These are Torx Security bits (TR9) on some units.
    • Turn the blender over and unscrew the three 14 mm screws holding the slotted base in place. These are Torx Security bits (TR9) on some units.

    The three screws holding the slotted base in place on some units are Torx Security bits (TR9) not phillips. The tool is listed above (T9 Torx Screwdriver is actually a TR9 Torx Security Screwdriver . It’s the right tool.

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  4. Using a the standard Phillips head screwdriver bit, remove the slotted black plastic covering and then unscrew the one 11mm screw holding the power cord in place. Unscrew the four 14 mm screws that are in the deep slots.  This will release the motor from the base. Unscrew the four 14 mm screws that are in the deep slots.  This will release the motor from the base.
    • Using a the standard Phillips head screwdriver bit, remove the slotted black plastic covering and then unscrew the one 11mm screw holding the power cord in place.

    • Unscrew the four 14 mm screws that are in the deep slots. This will release the motor from the base.

  5. CAUTION: the silver blade attached to the motor is very sharp.  Use a towel or thick cloth to protect your hands for the next step. Using a towel, hold the silver fan still.  Twist the small black rubber wheel that is attached to the top of the blender base to the right.  This will remove the wheel for replacement. Using a towel, hold the silver fan still.  Twist the small black rubber wheel that is attached to the top of the blender base to the right.  This will remove the wheel for replacement.
    • CAUTION: the silver blade attached to the motor is very sharp. Use a towel or thick cloth to protect your hands for the next step.

    • Using a towel, hold the silver fan still. Twist the small black rubber wheel that is attached to the top of the blender base to the right. This will remove the wheel for replacement.

Conclusión

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

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This makes zero sense. The pieces in step 4 are separate from those in steps 1-3. You say "hold the silver fan still" but the photo shows someone holding the blades. You also say to twist it to the right. It's nearly always counter clockwise.

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When the writer says “hold the silver fan still” they obviously meant the blade, but why they’re calling it a “fan” is beyond me, maybe they’re not native english speaking & didn’t realize the error? Or maybe they’re trying to “dumb it down” for noobs?

For the twist direction however, it would seem the Ninja company uses a left-hand thread. Magic-Bullet blenders also use this threading on the gears. Look at the direction the motor/gear turns, if they used a regular right-hand thread, the gear would unscrew during normal use. By using a left-hand thread, the gear turns in the tightening direction during use.

Why don’t the blender-makers just have the motor turn the other way & use a standard right-hand thread for these gears?

Because it would be too easy for users to figure out how to remove & replace only the gears, instead of buying a $25 or $35 replacement blade assembly, or for the same price buying a whole new blender set. Seriously. WTF Ninja?

Ninja blender motto: “F**k mother nature, we want money!”

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