IMPORTANT: The Blender will not operate at any speed unless the Power button is
Blender does not operate when a setting is selected
No indicator lights are lit.
All indicator lights are flashing at the
One indicator light is flashing alternately.
Blender stops while blending
All indicator lights are flashing
at the same time.
All indicator lights are flashing alternately.
If the problem cannot be fixed with the steps provided in this section, contact an
authorised service centre.
Check to see if the Blender is plugged into
a grounded outlet. If it is, press POWER;
then unplug the Blender. Plug it back in to
the same outlet, and Press POWER. 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.
If Blender is plugged in, but nothing happens
when POWER is pressed, and all indicator
lights are flashing, the motor rotor may
be locked. Press POWER; then unplug the
Blender. Plug it back in; then press POWER
and select the desired speed.
If the Blender is plugged in, but will not start
and one light is flashing alternately from all
the other indicator lights, the Blender may
have a stuck key. Press POWER to turn off
the Blender; then unplug the Blender. Plug
the Blender back in and press POWER to
turn back on to reset the stuck key.
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
POWER to reset the Blender and unplug the
power cord. Remove the pitcher assembly
from the base and divide contents into
smaller batches. Adding liquid to the pitcher
may also reduce the load on the Blender.
The Blender may be jammed. If it is
jammed, the Blender will stop running to
avoid damage to the motor. Press POWER
to reset the Blender and unplug the power
cord. Remove the pitcher assembly from
the base and, with a scraper, free the blades
by breaking-up or removing the contents at
the bottom of the pitcher.