Kitchen Blender Parts Store

Kitchen blender parts are available below to repair your existing machine, so you can get it back to working condition again without the cost of replacing it. All the popular brands are included, Vitamix, Blendtec, Oster, Cuisinart, Hamilton Beach, Waring, Kitchenaid and many more.

Blender Parts

Kitchen blender parts are available above for all brands:

  • Kitchenaid Blender Parts
  • Oster Blender Parts
  • Waring Blender Parts
  • Hamilton Beach Parts
  • Cuisinart Blender Parts
  • Vitamix Blender Parts
  • Margaritaville Parts
  • Blentec Blender Parts
  • Black & Decker Parts
  • All Other Brands

If you’ve paid good money for a blender you love, and parts begin to wear, there’s really no need to go out and pay good money for a new blender.

Most blenders have similar moving parts that succumb to everyday wear and tear, but there are some that are a little more common than others.

Glass Jug

Not all blender jugs are designed to withstand extreme hot temperatures. If you pour hot soup into some glass blender jugs, they may have a tendency to crack.

If this happens, it’s possible to buy replacement jug parts in the size to suit you without having to replace the entire machine.


The blades in your blender are usually extremely strong and durable, however if they should wear or become blunt with age, you can replace the cutters easily at a fraction of the cost of buying a new blender.

Blender Lid

The hardened plastic lid on your blender is designed to be durable, but they may crack as they age. You might also lose or misplace the lid. If this happens, it can often mean your blender is unusable, as the lid prevents liquid from spilling over the top while you blend.

Replacement lids for almost all models are readily available in various colors.

Seal Rings

Rubber seal rings are designed to last, but over time they can become susceptible to cracking or hardening.

Replacing a seal ring is quick and easy, with replacement seals available for almost every model blender.

Blender Clutch

Blenders are motorized and while they’re working, most people never stop to consider the inner workings of their machine. However, if you notice oil leaking from your blender, or if the motor doesn’t seem to change between speeds as easily as it used to, you might consider buying a replacement clutch.

Repairing a blender clutch is not always a difficult task. Full instructions should be included with most models, so your replacement part should fit into your blender easily. While this sounds technical, replacing a blender clutch is a far cheaper alternative to buying an entire new machine.

There are plenty of other spare parts available for any model blender you have, but these are often the most common parts that require replacing. No matter what goes wrong with your blender, there’s always a way to get it running smoothly again.

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