Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: 5-10 Minutes
SAFETY MESSAGE
Before conducting maintenance, power Marinator off and disconnect from power source.

Tools Required

Phillips-head screwdriver
Knife

Replacement Parts Needed

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Open internal housing.

  1. Power off and unplug the Marinator.
  2. Unscrew all 4 screws around the perimeter of the housing.
  3. If the Marinator has never been opened, slit the silicone seal around the base with a knife or other sharp blade, cutting away from your body to avoid blade-related injuries.

Remove existing emergency stop button.

  1. Locate the internal side of the emergency stop button, a small red plastic part connected by one blue and one black wire.
  2. Slightly loosen the screws that hold the wires in place.
  3. Unmount the two wires.
  4. Remove the emergency stop button by pressing the white button at the bottom of the part, pulling to separate the internal and external components.
  5. Unscrew the lock nut to release the external component from the housing.

Replace with new emergency stop button.

  1. Press down on the white edge of the new emergency stop button and pull to separate the internal and external components.
  2. Unscrew the lock nut from the shaft.
  3. Put the button component through the outside hole of the Marinator, sliding the shaft into the motor compartment and screwing the lock nut clockwise around the shaft until it is tight to the motor compartment walls.
  4. Align the notches of the two components and connect them. You will hear a click when they connect securely.
  5. Reattach the wires to the screws. The black wire should be on the left and the blue wire should be on the right. Lightly loosen screws if necessary to place the wires.
  6. Tighten the screws to secure the connection to the emergency stop button.
  7. Plug the Marinator back in and test that it functions as expected.

Reassemble Marinator.

  1. Apply a silicone bead around the entire outside perimeter of the base. Replace the cover and screw all 4 screws back into position.

Additional Video

Here you’ll find a more up-close look at the emergency stop button itself and how to replace.

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