A Full Stash Of Margaritaville Margarita Machine Parts

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Everything Needs Parts Eventually.

Margaritaville frozen concoction makers are without comparison on the market but even they from time to time will require a repair part or two. After all if you think about how much use your machine gets during the summer months it’s not surprising that something would need to be replaced. Items like gaskets that seal the bottom of the blender jar, maybe you need a new water jar for the back because it’s been stained by hard water or even a new ice shaver just to make sure everything stays sharp.

Below we have assembled repair parts for every machine that Margaritaville makes and even a couple that they have discontinued. So simply pick out your machine from the list of images and you will be whisked off to all the repair parts available for that particular machine.

Margaritaville Margarita Machine Parts










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5 Responses

  1. Dan Almashy
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    I have a Nostalgia Electrics HSB590 Margarita Maker which has a stripped gear in the gearbox attached to it so, I need to replace the gear or get a gearbox. It has SS Margerator wrote on it, it’s a clear plastic gearbox lots of grease in it. The gearsets are made of what looks like white nylon. The gear that is worn is the size of a nickel mounted on the motor shaft and has 15 teethon it. Hole in the center that slides onto the motor shaft is maybe 1/4 inch diameter and shaped like a capital D. any ideas on where I can get the gear or a new gearbox would be appreciated.

  2. Ron
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    I need the grey gears that are under the glass jar on the 8 yr old key west machine please

    • Tom
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      The only suggestion I can give you on those parts is to contact a repair facility and see if you can purchase them separately. Use the link below, send the manufacturer an email and ask them for the info on the facility.

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