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    Very important question for the owners of Osterizer blenders!

    Ya got the carafe, a rubber ring, the grindy teeth thing and the plastic base. Where does the rubber ring go, in between the carafe and the grindy teeth, or between the grindy teeth and the plastic screw on base?

    Hurry, I gots smoothies to make!
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    The rubber ring goes between the carafe and the blade assembly. This is for my Waring but should be the same for you. Makes sense because that's where you want to prevent any leakage.

    Are you going to put bourbon in your smoothies?
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    On the blenders I've had, the rubber ring goes between the bottom of the carafe and the "grindy teeth thing" to seal it from leaking. If it looks like it fits there, that's probably where it goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sito40 View Post
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    Corn beat me to it.

    Mook you've been adding too much bourbon to your smoothies and your blender is leaking all over the hardwood table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Corn beat me to it.

    Mook yiuve been adding too much Bourbon to your Smoothies and your blender is leaking all over the hardwood table.
    Not quite. My blender doesn't leak but I keep missing the blender as the number of rounds increase.
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    Finch..........there's 2 rubber rings.

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    thing 1 and thing 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Ecxelentt, tahnks. Now im out of burbun
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    One word. VitaMix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    One word. VitaMix.
    Yes !

    the rubber thingy is already attached, no matter how much bourbon..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishbucket View Post
    ...the rubber thingy....
    Is that the technical nomenclature for part #8 ?
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    Is that one of those blenders you can grind an I-phone to powder in?

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    yeah.. I've always said a vitamix will liquify a trailer hitch...


    They are awesome. We make all kinds of stuff in ours. Use it daily. Worth the cost IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    yeah.. I've always said a vitamix will liquify a trailer hitch...


    They are awesome. We make all kinds of stuff in ours. Use it daily. Worth the cost IMHO.
    I'll prolly end up getting one too. Just for the entertainment value.

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    COSTCO has great offerings every once in a while. You might ask when the next demo is next time you go in.

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    I've not used my Oster blender since I bought a Hamilton Beach juicer.

    Juicing just seems more "right" for me. YMMV

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    I've not used my Oster blender since I bought a Hamilton Beach juicer.

    Juicing just seems more "right" for me. YMMV
    Meh, I just take a can of juice and add whatever is handy; bananas, carrots, frozen berries. It's all good.
    What's the difference between red and green?

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