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The Ninja NJ600 Professional Blender is the ultimate high powered electric kitchen appliance. The blender is perfect for crushing ice, blending ingredients, and preparing food.

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The blender sparked and stopped working

I bought the Ninja NJ600CO in June 2019 in USA and brought it to India. I knew that I would need a step-down converter to reduce the power supply to 110 volts because in India it is 220 volts. So I used a step-down converter to bring down the supply to 110 volts. The blender said it was a 1000 watts so I made sure to buy a heavy duty converter that could support the wattage till 1600 watts. However, as I plugged it in and switched it on, the blender sparked, made a jolty noise and conked off. I immediately disconnected the power supply. I’m not sure what to do next, I’m scared to plug it in again because I don’t want to do more damage. It’s brand new and I’m in India and can’t even take it back. Would be great if it could be repaired and ideally modified to suit 220 volts power supply. Please help, thanks!

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Hi,

Have you got a DMM (digital multimeter) and know how to use it?

If not see the safety warning below

If so, measure the output from the step down converter to ensure that the output is only 110V AC.

If it is (or even if not) since a warranty repair is not an option you’ll have to open the blender and inspect the motherboard as to what damage has occurred.

Here’s a link to the ifixit Ninja Professional NJ600 Repair guide. I realize that it is not the exact model number but hopefully it may be close enough to be of some help.

If you do see anything obvious such as burnt out components etc and are not sure, post some close up pictures back here.

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Safety Warning:

Be safety aware as it is a potentially lethal voltage that you are measuring. If you don’t know what you’re doing then don’t do it.

Take the blender and the converter to a reputable, professional appliance or electronics repair service and ask for a quote

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