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Kitchenaid blender model # KSB565OB0 is leaking from the bottom. I have taken it apart to try and find the problem. The gasket is fine and the pitcher attaches and locks but it still leaks everytime we use it.

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Check for cracks in the bottom of the glass.If it continues leaking then the gasket is compressed and no matter if it visually looks good, cause it has lost their sealant skills. Replace the gasket

Posted on Jun 28, 2011

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