Kenwood Ridged Blender Sealing Ring - Pack of 3

Stock Number: ES108274

Manufactured by Kenwood

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Kenwood Blenders - Mixers - Juicers


Has your blender's seal broken after a particularly vigorous smoothie making session? This pack of three ridged sealing rings may just be what you are after to fix your problem.

  • Diameter: Outer 85mm
  • Diameter: Internal 70mm

This part is serial number dependent for certain models and the two seals are not interchangeable. For example: you cannot use a ridged seal on an appliance that uses a smooth seal, and you cannot use a smooth seal on an appliance that requires a ridged seal.

Please contact our Customer Services team if you are unsure which seal you need, and they'd be happy to help.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (33 customers)
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  • Fits my Kenwood, good price, no problems.

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    By - Scotland

    Replaced original Kenwood sealing ring that shredded during use. Does the job at a good price.
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    By - Portsmouth

    perfect replacement seals for the multipro kenwood blender. Great to use blender with no seepage of leak.
  • Well satisfied

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    By - Grantham

    Finding the correct ring was a bit confusing; I recommend entering the machine model number, then the site takes one to the right part. Once there, great!

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  • Q watched the video for replacing seal in blender Kenwood BL330 but... 1 Answer

    I cannot remove the blade unit. In the video it comes out easily, mine appears to be a complete unit where the middle bit doesn't lift out. My unit is leaking through the little red holes either side of the blade base unit. Can anyone help me please. I cannot see any seal whatsoever in my appliance.

    By Bea - Berks - 19 May 2014

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      Try soaking in hot water as the blade unit may have stuck from previous spillages. It may be possible to remove and replace the seal without removing the blade unit by using a screwdriver to move the seal and lift it out. Be carefull not to cut yourself on the blade if trying this.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 20 May 2014