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The black plastic screw on bottom of the pitcher is stuck on the base. We can't seem to get it off. Have any hints

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Put the pitcher in the freezer for an hour, boil water in a pan bigger than the base of the pitcher, take the pitcher out of the freezer and stick just the base in the hot water up to the top edge of the base.. Remove it after about 15 seconds and have someone with gloves on screw the base off the pitcher

Posted on Aug 20, 2015

Testimonial: "The base is stuck not to the pitcher but the big bottom , Where the engine is."

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