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hello i'm a new member i want question mechanism to operate the blender

linhnth

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mechanism to operate the blender
 

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It's hard to be certain how to answer your question. The blenders I've seen contain a motor which is turned on and off by a switch. It's plugged into house voltage.

The motor spins a cutter with several blades. Usually there is more than one switch, to select fast or slow speeds. I admit I've never found out what electrical circuit is used to make the motor go slow.
 

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Brad, sorry for stopping this thread but the OP linked to what appears to be Vietnamese food preparation advertising, including links that required signing-in to continue.
It seemed to have no relevance to Edaboard topics.

Brian.
 

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