Blender Stops While Blending


  • Overheated
  • Motor overload


  • Blender shut off while blending
  • Blades stopped moving while mixing
  • There is no power to the blender
  • The blender will not turn back on

Steps to Verify Issue:

To check the blender:

  1. Blend smaller quantities, as a thick mixture may halt blending.
  2. Verify the blender is securely plugged in to the electrical outlet.
  3. Verify the electrical outlet has not blown a fuse or tripped a circuit breaker.
  4. Unplug the blender and allow it to cool for 15-45 minutes.
  5. Turn the dial to a Manual setting and press Start.


If these steps do not resolve the issue, contact the Wolf Gourmet Care Team at or call (800) 222-7820.

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