Fixing an Oster blender depends with the type of the problem experienced. If the blender is unplugged, turn off the blender, and check to see if the power cord is connected to an outlet. Check for motor and circuit malfunctioning or container leaks, and correct appropriately.
- Check to see if the blender is plugged in
Turn off the blender. Make sure the power cord is plugged into an operational power outlet. Plug the blender into a functioning power outlet, and turn on the blender. If it fails to start, check the power cords to see if they are torn or broken. If so, replace the power cord using the manufacturer’s guide.
- Check the motor and the circuit
If the cord is plugged in and does not have a faulty connection, check to see if the circuit board and the motor are broken. In the case of a broken circuit board or motor, you need to replace it with a new one. Follow the guidelines provided by the manufacturer to avoid accidents and faulty connections.
- See if food is jammed between the blades
Poor functioning of a blender may be the result of food getting stuck between the blades. Turn off your blender, and unplug it in order to check the blades. If food is jammed between the blades, use a spoon or a spatula to remove it. Plug in the blender, and turn it on to use.