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Nutri Ninja with Auto-iQ BL480

Nutri Ninja with Auto-iQ BL480 Questions & Answers

MPNs: BL480 and BL480NZ
4.1 from 438 reviews

95 questions from our users

Kelly Lancaster

Kelly Lancasterasked

I am disappointed that the jugs are cracking after little use. Where can i buy new replacement jugs? Cheers

1 answer
GOOSE
GOOSE

https://www.ninjakitchen.com.au/spare-parts/nutri-ninja-auto-iq-blendernbspbl480/

Deborah F.

Deborah F.asked

The power light isn’t lighting up when plugged in?

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David

Davidasked

I have a Nutri Ninja Pro BL480D. It is plugged in but does not come on. Several times I could plug it in to the outlet and then plug it in again and it would work. Now, it does come on at all. What can I do to get it to work?

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Kylie F
Kylie F

Hi David,

Have you pushed down and turned? When the base is securely plugged in then the LED screen will illuminate with 00

David
David

I have tried this and it still doesn't work. I wonder if there is a short in the motor. Thank You for getting back to me. David

oswaldo novaes

oswaldo novaesasked

ninja auto IQ 1000W - nutri ninja - pro BL482 70. The motor is fine but the blade assembly leaks into the motor base. I have bought new blades twice on Amazon and they also leaked. What can be done?
NOTE: I replaced the original blade assembly, which worked fine until it was not rotating freely any longer.

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Gaye
Gaye

oswaldo, yes, I had it leak sometimes, but found that if i put it on carefully and did it up tight that it was fine...

Cgm

Cgmasked

My Ninja Auto-iQ is showing 2 dashes on the LED display instead of a zero and the blades do not turn. Any advice would be much appreciated

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Benjamin R.
Benjamin R.

The dashes seem to remain as part of a safety feature if the pressure mechanism isn't properly engaged. With the first model I had, the pressure sensors became increasingly faulty over time to the point that if it showed dashes, I had to apply pressure to and hold down the cup at just the right angle for it to blend. If that didn't work I would take the cup & blade assembly out of the base, rotate the plastic teeth and insert them into the next groove & try again. In the end it became too difficult to use so I returned and replaced it under warranty. Good thing I paid for the extended warranty because the replacement unit is beginning to act up in the same way.. Return the unit if you can

Ales

Alesasked

Where is the switch on the unit?

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Alan
Alan

When the unit is plugged in to the electrical outlet and the power is switched on 2 horizontal bars appear on the LCD screen. Facing the unit switches, the top left button reads stop/start, the top right button reads blend and runs for a set time. The bottom left reads “pulse” and you have the option to blend to your specifications. The bottom right button reads blend and also runs for a set time - exactly one minute. There is no need to hit the start/ stop button to start but this button is useful if you notice that what your blending has gone to far you you can stop the process.
Hope this helps, Cheers, Alan

BOS

BOSasked

My Ninja Auto-iQ is showing 2 dashes on the LED display instead of a zero and the blades do not turn. Any advice would be much appreciated

1 answer
Benjamin R.
Benjamin R.

The dashes seem to remain as part of a safety feature if the pressure mechanism isn't properly engaged. With the first model I had, the pressure sensors became increasingly faulty over time to the point that if it showed dashes, I had to apply pressure to and hold down the cup at just the right angle for it to blend. If that didn't work I would take the cup & blade assembly out of the base, rotate the plastic teeth and insert them into the next groove & try again. In the end it became too difficult to use so I returned and replaced it under warranty. Good thing I paid for the extended warranty because the replacement unit is beginning to act up in the same way.. Return the unit if you can

John Tolmie

John Tolmieasked

Incredibly noisy and smoking. Still under warranty but I notice product has been discontinued. Will warranty replace it with a different one?

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Vicki

Vickiasked

My IQ Ninja is leaking badly from the bottom, I fill it, screw the bottom on, turn it over to blend and it runs out into the base. I lose half my drink. This was expensive for me, i'm thinking, not worth it. Any ideas?

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Kevin G.

Kevin G.asked

Our Nutri Ninja Pro BL482 is leaking. How can we stop this?

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Kay E.

Kay E.asked

My Nutri Ninja BL480D has 2 - - dashes in the display and will not do anything. Is it broken?

1 answer
Benjamin R.
Benjamin R.

The dashes seem to remain as part of a safety feature if the pressure mechanism isn't properly engaged. With the first model I had, the pressure sensors became increasingly faulty over time to the point that if it showed dashes, I had to apply pressure to and hold down the cup at just the right angle for it to blend. If that didn't work I would take the cup & blade assembly out of the base, rotate the plastic teeth and insert them into the next groove & try again. In the end it became too difficult to use so I returned and replaced it under warranty. Good thing I paid for the extended warranty because the replacement unit is beginning to act up in the same way.. Return the unit if you can

Ann B.

Ann B.asked

My nutri ninja is moving around and vibrating whats causing ot

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Bonny

Bonnyasked

I dropped the blade on my Nutri Ninja and it cracked. The model I have is BL480NZ Will a BL480 blade fit and is the same size? Thanks Bonny

No answers
Nedine

Nedineasked

Does anyone know if the 48oz jar attachment can fit on the nutri ninja auto IQ BL480 model? Thanks :)

No answers
Joe

Joeasked

Is it possible to get a milling blade for this, like the one that is available for the nutri bullet (https://www.originalnutribullet.com.au/nutribullet/milling-blade/)?

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Maryum A

Maryum Aasked

Does anyone know where we can get original replacement extractor blades for this model is Australia? I dropped mine from the counter and it broke.

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Lola

Lolaasked

Hi, I have the nutri Ninja auto IQ 1000watts. I have been using it for more than 2 months now. I wanted to use it again today but it's not working. The 0 lol get flashes when plugged in and gets stable when I insert the cup. However, it is not working nor moving at all when I press any of the buttons. What can I do now. I hope it hasn't gone bad. Could it be they power supply or what. Kindly assist. Thanks

1 answer
Donna
Donna

Hi Lola if you have only had it 2 months, I would recommend returning it asap for replacement or refund.

Jan

Janasked

The lid on the jug ( not cup) of our nutria ninja Auto IQ won't release and lift off. It seems to be stuck. Do you have any suggestions for removing it?

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Donna
Donna

the flat part that sits above the handle of the jug, you need to just use the tabs and lift it from there. Hard to explain in written form! but it should click off if you do it from the tab above the handle :)

Jan
Jan

Hi. Thank you. I couldn't find any tabs above the handle. It's the large 2.1 litre plastic jug with a black lid. You press a black switch on the top and the handle comes up and usually you just lift the lid off but it won't lift.
It is in the right position but seems to be stuck.

Deep

Deepasked

Price & service centre in Brisbane?

No answers
Nurseedward

Nurseedwardasked

My machine is vibrating so badly the LCD diaplay is jumping - why? Everything looks fine... only used around 50 times since new

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