This article contains the FAQs for the NN300 Series Ninja® Precision Processor™.
Wind the power cord around the cord wraps on the back of the motor base. Store the unit upright with all blade assemblies stored inside or attached to their respective containers with their lids locked into place. DO NOT stack items on top of the containers. Store any remaining attachments alongside the appliance or in a cabinet where they will not be damaged or create a hazard.
9.5" x 6.25" x 7.5"
- 400-Watt Base - Precision Processor Bowl - Chopping Blade - Dough Blade - 30-Recipe Inspiration Guide
No, there are no microwave-safe parts.
All containers are made of BPA-free plastic.
Yes, the stacked blade assembly is made with a high-quality stainless steel that is rustproof and dishwasher safe.
It has stainless steel blades.
Approximately 2.5 feet (30 inches).
It has a 1-year, limited warranty.
You can buy replacement parts at ninjaacessories.com. Click on the Store tab to find all the parts you need.
You can register your Ninja Precision Processor at registeryourninja.com.
It has a maximum liquid capacity of 15 ounces. The maximum fill level is 3.5 cups.
Yes, it comes with a 30-recipe Inspiration Guide.
Place the lid on top of the Precision Processor Bowl, with the silver line on the tab on the lid aligned slightly to the right of the tab on the front of the bowl. Turn the lid clockwise to lock it in place. When properly locked, the silver line on the lid will line up with the silver line on the bowl.
Remove the lid by pressing the release button on the front tab, twisting the lid counterclockwise, then lifting. Always remove the Chopping Blade Assembly before emptying any of the ingredients in the bowl. To remove the Chopping Blade Assembly, carefully grasp it by the top of the shaft and lift it out of the bowl.
Make sure the lid is installed correctly or the unit will not run; this is a safety feature. Place the lid on top of the Precision Processor Bowl, with silver line on the tab on the lid aligned slightly to the right of the tab on the front of the bowl. Turn the lid clockwise to lock it in place. When properly locked, the silver line on the lid will line up with the silver line on the bowl.
The all-black plastic blade assembly is the dough blade assembly and should only be used when making dough, bread, or batter. The other blade assembly is our chopping blade assembly, which is used for every other instance, including chopping, mixing, pureeing, and mincing.
The Precision Processor Bowl is not intended to be used for making drinks.
Make sure you do not surpass the 15 oz. max liquid fill line when using the Precision Processor.
The Precision Processor Bowl can make up to one pound of dough at a time.
a. Hand Washing: Wash the containers, lids, and blade assemblies in warm, soapy water. When washing the blade assemblies use the provided cleaning brush or a dishwashing utensil with a handle to avoid direct hand contact with blades. Handle blade assemblies with care to avoid contact with sharp edges. Rinse and air-dry thoroughly. b. Dishwasher: The containers, lids, and blade assemblies are all top-rack dishwasher safe. Ensure that the blade assemblies are removed from the containers before placing them in the dishwasher.
Use a damp cloth to wipe the motor base clean.