Ninja Professional Blender BL660 Troubleshooting
The Ninja Professional Blender BL660 is a top of the line, counter top blender with a 1100 watt motor. It is equipped for blending ingredients, pulverizing ice and creating nutritional drinks.
Blender will not power on
Blender shows no signs of responding/ powering up
Defective electrical connection
Ensure the blender is securely plugged into the electrical outlet. Also ensure that the electrical outlet has power.
Check the fuse or circuit breaker to ensure it is not blown.
The power cord may be defective. Refer to our power cord replacement guide on how to replace it.
Defective power button panel
The power button panel may be defective or non responsive. Refer to our power button panel replacement guide on how to replace it.
Defective control panel
The blender control panel may be defective thus the blender will not power on. Replace it using our control panel replacement guide.
Power button will not stop blinking
The blender is on but the power button is blinking
Blender is overheating
Unplug the blender and wait 15 minutes to let it cool down. Turn on the blender and it should work.
Bender is not properly assembled
The blade column may not be properly secured into the base. Remove and reattach the blade column. Also, check to ensure the lid is secure.
Blender blades will not rotate
The blender is powered on but the blades do not rotate
Blade assembly is incorrectly aligned
Detach the blade assembly and reassemble correctly. Make sure the assembly lines up completely.
Remove some of the fluid or food from the container and try again.
Gear shaft does not connect
The motor drive gear that drives the blades may be stripped, thus the blades on the container don't turn. The motor gear may have to be replaced.
Food or large particles that are tightly packed may block the blades from rotating. Check the blade assembly and ensure there is no food or large particles stuck in the blades.
Blender is too loud
The noise level seems abnormal
Muffle sound using noise absorbent material
Place a folded dish towel, mat or trivet under the base of the blender to help muffle the sound.
Blender is assembled incorrectly
Make sure the blender is assembled properly. Blade column should align to the base of the blender.
Change blender settings
Use the lowest setting required to blend your food.
Suction cups may be damaged or loose
The suction cups may be damaged thus the blender shakes a lot causing the abnormal noise. Refer to our suction cup replacement guide on how to replace them.
Fan is damaged or loose
The fan may be damaged or loose inside the blender, causing the abnormal noise. Replace the fan using our fan replacement guide.
Blender is not blending food properly
Food is not properly blended or consistent
Blender is over capacity
If the capacity of the blender is reached, the food will not blend properly. Remove some of the food and try again.
Change the choice of ingredients
You may have added too much liquid. Try removing some of the excess liquid and try blending again.
Food may have been cut too finely which can cause a liquid consistency. Try using bigger chunks of food and blend again.
Single server Ninja cup is stuck in the base
Single server cup does not come off
Wrong removal procedure
Try pulling the cup up and then turning the cup. Pushing the cup down and then turning it might make it tighter.