KitchenAid blender troubleshooting

Blender is an artistic tool for skilled cooks. Perhaps, it is difficult to imagine a contemporary kitchen without this device. American KitchenAid blenders are multifunctional. They cope with different tasks. KitchenAid offers blenders of various types: compact, lightweight immersion and convenient, efficient stationary ones. The use of such blenders saves time and turns the work in the kitchen into a pleasant process of creating of real culinary masterpieces. In case of a breakdown of these blenders, refer to the troubleshooting table below.

KitchenAid KSB755 blender troubleshooting

ProblemsSolutions
The Blender does not operate when a setting is selected:
No indicator lights are lit.
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Check to see if the Blender is plugged into a grounded 3-prong outlet. If it is, press OFF, then unplug the Blender. Plug it back into the same outlet. If the Blender still does not work, check the fuse or circuit breaker on the electrical circuit the Blender is connected to and make sure the circuit is closed.
The Blender stops while blending:
All indicator lights are flashing at the same time.
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The Blender may be overloaded. If the Blender becomes overloaded when blending heavy ingredients, it will automatically shut off to avoid damage to the motor. Press OFF to reset the Blender and unplug the power cord. Remove the pitcher or accessory jar assembly from the base and divide contents into smaller batches. Adding liquid to the ingredients may also reduce the load on the Blender.
Indicator lights are flashing alternately.
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The Blender may be jammed. If it's jammed, the Blender will stop running to avoid damage to the motor. Press OFF to reset the Blender and unplug the power cord. Remove the pitcher or accessory jar assembly from the base and with a scraper, free the blades by breaking-up or removing the contents at the bottom of the pitcher or accessory jar.
The Blender turns on, but blades will not rotate:
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The pitcher or accessory jar is not properly secured in the locking collar, not allowing couplers to engage. Remove pitcher from base and fully seat into collar. Press down and rotate pitcher or accessory jar clockwise in the locking collar past the second "click." This will allow the pitcher assembly or accessory jar to engage the coupler. See page 8 for Blender Assembly.

KitchenAid KS8354 blender troubleshooting

ProblemsSolutions
The Blender does not operate when a setting is selected:
No indicator lights are lit.
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Check to see if the Blender is plugged into a polarized 2-prong outlet. If it is, press OFF, then unplug the Blender. Plug it back into the same outlet. If the Blender still does not work, check the fuse or circuit breaker on the electrical circuit the Blender is connected to and make sure the circuit is closed.
The Blender stops while blending:
All indicator lights are flashing at the same time.
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The Blender may be overloaded. If the Blender becomes overloaded when blending heavy ingredients, it will automatically shut off to prevent damage to the motor. Press OFF to reset the Blender and unplug the power cord. Remove the pitcher from the base and divide contents into smaller batches. Adding liquid to the ingredients may also reduce the load on the Blender.
Indicator lights are flashing alternately.
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The Blender may be jammed. If it's jammed, the Blender will stop running to avoid damage to the motor. Press OFF to reset the Blender and unplug the power cord. Remove the pitcher assembly from the base, free the blades by breaking-up or removing the contents at the bottom of the pitcher.
The Blender turns on, but blades will not rotate:
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The pitcher is not properly secured in the locking collar. Press down and rotate pitcher clockwise in the locking collar past the second "click". This will allow the pitcher assembly to engage the coupler. See page 6 for Blender Assembly.