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Using the Personal Jar with KitchenAid Blender

Using the Personal Jar

Preparing the Personal Jar for Use

The Personal Jar is the perfect size and handy to carry with you on the go. Before using your Personal Jar for the first time, wash Jar, Lids, and Blade Assembly in warm, sudsy water. Rinse parts and wipe dry. Be sure the countertop beneath the Blender and surrounding areas are dry and clean.

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IMPORTANT: Allow the Blender to fully stop before removing the Lid, Blender Jar, or pouring out your blended ingredients. Do not blend hot liquids and ingredients in the Personal Jar.

Using the Personal Jar

  1. Place the ingredients into Jar. Add ice or frozen items, then leafy greens, then soft foods and liquids last.
    NOTE: Do not fill the Personal Jar past the MAX. line (16 oz / 500 ml).

  1. Secure the Blade Assembly on Personal Jar and rotate it clockwise until it is tight. Place it on the Blender base, making sure that it is fully seated in the Base.

  1. Turn the Control Dial from (O) to the desired speed for continuous operation. You may change the desired speed by turning the Control Dial at any time.
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  1. When finished, turn the Blender off by returning Control Dial to (O). Unplug Blender from the electrical outlet. 
    NOTE: Always hold and raise the Personal Jar with Blade Assembly from the Blender base.

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