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Where is located the fuse on kitchenaid blender motor?

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Dont normally have a fuse
self insulated plugs for safety

fault is either the plug, motor or switch
with a continuity test light or meter
you need to check there is a constant circuit at the two plug prongs

Posted on May 27, 2016

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SOURCE: Blender died ...... motor won't turn on

It needs a new fuse (or atleast the worked for me)

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