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  1. sumayyah

    sumayyah please try again

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    it seems my blenders had it :(

    he washed it for me, including the electric base!

    it works but its smoking and my shake tasted of burnt plastic :jelous:

    so any reccomendations? ideally i need a dual one as i blend food for madam in the big bit and do my shakes in the smoothie bit
     
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    amm451 Do Over

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    hi Claire, I love my smoothie maker... russell hobs I think but I also have a cheapy tesco one £5 thats great they also have a hand blender food processor one for about £15 and are really good at returns whenever they break! You could always try returning your blender too??
     
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    sumayyah please try again

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    my blenders (food processer) 3 and a half years old and ive no idea where i got it, lol
     
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