- Insufficient amount of liquid in blender
- Mixture is too thick for the blades to smoothly rotate
- Overheated due to a motor overload
- Hot, eletrical burning odor while blending
- Smell of burning wires when the blender is turned on
- Blender smells like smoke
Steps to Verify Issue:
- Add liquids to the blender first, before turning on to prevent the blades from binding.
- Turn off the blender and allow to cool.
- Heavy use may cause curing of motor windings.
- The smell may quickly dissipate after a few heavy uses.
- All motors are tested before sold however all of this odor may not burn off in testing.
- If smoke is visible, discontinue use.
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