Is your Ninja blender power button flashing red and the blender itself refusing to run. Relax, we will explain why the Ninja power button is blinking red and how to correct the situation.
In this guide, we will explore:
- Why is the Ninja blender power button blinking red?
- How do I fix the blinking light on my Ninja blender?
- Is there a reset button on the Ninja blender?
- Does the Ninja blender need to be charged?
- Reasons Ninja blender may not be working
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Why is Ninja Blender Power Button Blinking Red?
The Ninja power button blinks red as a warning that not all of the safety features on the blender have been activated. Ninja blenders are designed to prevent the blender from operating if all the parts are not correctly aligned and locked into place.
The three most common reasons a Ninja blenders power light will start flashing are:
- Pitcher not correctly installed- The pitcher on your Ninja blender must be installed with the handle in a forward-facing position and properly locked in place.
- Lid misaligned- Two arrows on top of a Ninja Blender, one on the lid, and one on the jar, must line up for the cover to lock securely.
- Top not locked in place- Ninja blender pitchers have a lock handle on their lids that must be fully depressed to secure the cover and release the safety on the power system.
How Do I Fix the Blinking Light on my Ninja Blender?
To fix a blinking power light on your Ninja blender, be sure that the pitcher is oriented correctly and securely locked in place. Check the cover to assure that its arrow and the one on the jar are properly aligned and that the locking lever is fully engaged.
If the power light continues to blink on your Ninja, you should not attempt to find and fix the issue yourself. Contact Ninja Customer Service for guidance on how to proceed.
The blinking light is a warning that an unsafe condition exists. Attempting to bypass the safety features on your Ninja blender could result in serious bodily harm.
Is There a Reset Button On the Ninja Blender?
There is no reset button on Ninja blenders, but they have a thermal switch that will trip if the blender begins to overheat.
If your Ninja shuts itself off during a blending session, unplug the blender, allow it to cool for 15-20 minutes, then plug it back in and try again.
Does the Ninja Blender Need to Be Charged?
No, a Ninja blender does not need to be charged. All blenders offered by Ninja are plug-in models.
Reasons Ninja Blender May Not Be Working
There are many reasons that your Ninja blender may stop working. Here we offer the most common issues that people report experiencing and possible ways to correct them.
Blender Components Not Properly Assembled
If all Ninja blender’s components are not present and assembled correctly, it will not run.
You will find illustrations and written directions guiding you through properly installing blades and assembling your particular Ninja model in your owner’s manual.
The Pitcher Not Locked In The Correct Position
All Ninja countertop blenders have a safety feature that prevents the blender from operating if the pitcher is not properly oriented and securely locked in place.
For most Ninja blenders, this will mean that the jar handle will be in a forward position. Attempting to lock the pitcher in place improperly can result in damaging the jug. See your owner’s manual for more details.
When seating your pitcher, there should be an audible click when it locks into the drive base.
Lid Of The Pitcher Not Locked Securely In Place
If your Ninja blender has a square pitcher, the lid must be installed with the arrows on the cover and the pitcher aligned. Otherwise, it will not lock securely.
The locking handle must also be fully depressed.
A sign that this may be why your Ninja blender isn’t working is that the power button will be flashing.
It can be embarrassing, but one of the most common causes of a Ninja Blender not functioning is not being plugged in. People get excited sitting up a new blender and just overlook this crucial step.
Other possible causes for power losses might be a tripped ground fault plug or breaker. If either of these occurs repeatedly, you may want to have an electrician inspect your wiring and contact Ninja Customer Service for further guidance.
Ninja blenders come equipped with an internal thermal switch that will shut down your blender if it begins to overheat.
If your blender stops working while running, try unplugging it and letting it cool for 15-20 minutes. If the thermal switch was the issue, it should reset itself, and you will be able to plug your blender back in and operate it normally.
Hey, I’m Joey. I’ve been cooking since I was a little kid and love everything about it. You can find my writing about food, kitchen appliances (such as blenders) and much more. Thanks for stopping by!