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Use this guide to replace the circuit board in your Ninja Professional BL610.

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  1. Remove six screws (13mm long, 6mm head diameter) from bottom of the blender using a Phillips #2 screwdriver
    • Remove six screws (13mm long, 6mm head diameter) from bottom of the blender using a Phillips #2 screwdriver

  2. Remove six screws (12mm long, 6mm head diameter) from component housing using Phillips #2 screwdriver.
    • Remove six screws (12mm long, 6mm head diameter) from component housing using Phillips #2 screwdriver.

  3. Remove six screws (9mm long, 2mm head diameter) from component housing using Phillips #2 screwdriver
    • Remove six screws (9mm long, 2mm head diameter) from component housing using Phillips #2 screwdriver

  4. Locate the black and red wire that connect to the circuit. Locate where they are soldered on the back.
    • Locate the black and red wire that connect to the circuit. Locate where they are soldered on the back.

  5. Desolder both wires from the solder pads shown.
    • Desolder both wires from the solder pads shown.

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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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hi , my friend just recently purchased a Model B611 from Canada and brought it home here in the Philippines. In all of her excitement failed to first check for the working voltage, and plugged it in to a 220-240 volt outlet, and the rest is history. I tried comparing the board on your illustration, and it seems like that their one and the same, just want to verify.My board is showing BL610 (K01-BC-11-02) would it be safe to try to purchase the board showing here on your guide for the model B610? and where could I order one, if I choose to replace the whole board. Another option would be to try to replace the blown parts, varistor, film capacitor and the transistor

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Looks like I found the solution to my own problem, instead of attempting to swap out the board , I replaced the burnt out varistor, then proceeded to add on jumper wires to bridge the damaged plating around the varistor and power lead in. The varistor actually saved the day , since no fuse was included in the board design. Blender is now up and running. Also added a sticker to remind the user that the unit is a 120v only appliance.

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Followed the disassembly instruction, helped me a lot!!!

alfred leung - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Please, were I can find a new board to buy?

My Blender is a BL-710 MW30 120V NFB 1000W, but the circuit board is “BL610 (K01-BC-11-02) “.

Thank for any help.

Jean

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Were I can buy this board? My blender is BL710, but on the board I read BL610, same as above.

Thanks.

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