2nr Gaskets / Seals Rings for Nutri Ninja Blender
Unfortunately the nutri ninja blender gasket seals in the cross and flat blades are prone to deteriorating over time due to continued pressure of use. Once you start to see cracks or holes in the seals around the inside of the cross / flat blades it is worth replacing before it fails. If it fails it can cause leaking and that in turn could damage the nutri ninja base unit. The seal gasket rings for the nutri ninja are an inexpensive replacement part to replace as part of regular maintenance to your blender machine.
YOU WILL RECEIVE 4 x GASKET SEAL RINGS TO FIT NUTRI NINJA BLENDER.
These gaskets are Compatible with Nutri Ninja Blenders:
900 W BL451 30, BL451-70, BL454-70, BL455-70, BL482-70.
1000W/Auto-iQ: BL2012, BL2013, BL480 30, BL480D, BL481 30, BL482 30,BL483 30, BL486, BL486CO, BL487 30, BL487A, BL488, BL488W, BL490, BL491, BL492, BL492W, BL640, BL641, BL642, BL642W, BL642Z, BL470, BL680A, BL682, NN100, NN100A, NN101, NN102, BL480-70, BL480W-70, BL481-70, BL482-70, BL483-70, BL484-70. (DOES NOT FIT MODELS WITH 'UK' IN THE TITLE)
*Please note* - These gasket seals do not fit original magic bullet blender or NutriBullet Blenders, for the original magic bullet gasket seals you need to buy from here. For Nutribullet 900w gasket seals you need to buy from here.
Instructions for regular maintenance of part
As this part takes a lot of strain as a result of the compression of the large and small containers screwing into the nutri bullet cross and flat blades. As a result of this it is worth not screwing your containers too tight to the blades as this will further stress the seal between the two. Also applying a food safe oil like coconut oil to the seals can help lubricate the seal a little to ensure cracks don't appear as frequently.
Instructions for replacing part
Remove nutri ninja original gasket seal from the flat or cross blade of your nutri ninja blender, buy new replacement part gasket seal for your blender and simply replace. You may need a knife to help you get the gasket out from the cross or flat blade as sometimes they can be well wedged in.