The NutriBullet Rx is the most technically advanced NutriBullet to date! It outperforms any other machine of its kind when it comes to breaking down plant foods into an easily digestible state.
Unlike everyday juicers and blenders, the NutriBullet completely breaks down
ingredients into their most nutritious, most absorptive state!
all of the fiber
Fully broken down,
ready to nourish!
1. Rule number one is to not overfill the cup. The "max" line is there for good reason and it should be adhered to at all times. If you fill the cup over the max line, this will lessen the impact of the cyclonic action and, at the same time, increase the possibility of leakage.
2. The other thing that some people get wrong is that they don't secure the cup/blade assembly tightly enough before blasting. Here again the problem is that leakage can result, so you should give the cup/blade assembly an extra twist to make sure that it's tightly fastened onto the cup.
3. If leakage does occur the remedy is quite simple. The watchwords are care and speed. The steps to be taken are as follows:
3.1 Unplug the power base.
3.2 Wipe the power base and the actuators with a warm soapy dishcloth
3.3 Do this without delay so as to prevent stickiness from setting in
3.4 Where stickiness does ensue, it again takes little more than a few wipes with a wet dishcloth to put it right. In such situations it is recommended that the dishcloth first be dipped in a solution comprising 90% water and 10% vinegar.
3.5 Where grime gets into the (white) actuators, as can happen in case of leaks, a toothbrush is ideal for dislodging it.
4. Never run the motor for more than 40 seconds at a time. Doing so can cause the NutriBullet to overheat, and then to stall (courtesy of a built in safety device). If it does stall, cooling off period should be an hour or more and then retry. If the problem persists don't hesitate to call our NutriBullet service line. Tel: 0861 777 997
5. Never put boiling or hot liquids in the NutriBullet. The cup is made out of plastic - albeit ultra strong plastic - and is designed for use with ingredients at ambient or warm temperatures. It also takes ice incidentally, so frozen or cold ingredients are no problem.