I have problem with Hamiton Juice extractor Model 395 W
I cannot dissemble it no more after using it, the cutter/strainer seems to be stuck....it is actually the first time I use it...am I doing something wrong? thanks
Hamilton Beach Juice extractor # 67180, can not remove basket and clean it ? How do I do this ?
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Unplug your Acme 6001 Juicer. Carry it to a countertop near your kitchen sink.
Remove the pusher and cover, and set the pieces in a sink. Unscrew the clutch, remove it and set it in the sink. Remove the cutter blade, strainer basket and juice bowl, and place the pieces in the sink.
Discard or remove and store any pulp that you find in the strainer basket. When you're finished, rinse the remaining fruit and vegetable pulp and juice from the pieces under cool, running water. Dislodge hard-to-remove pulp from the cutter blade and strainer basket with a soft-bristled brush or with a stiff-bristled brush if necessary.
Wash the pieces in a dishwasher or by hand. To wash in a dishwasher, place the stainless steel pieces in the lower rack and the plastic in the top rack and wash on a normal cycle with other kitchenware. To wash by hand, fill the sink with warm water and a few drops of mild detergent and wash with a lint-free microfiber cloth.
Run the pieces through the rinse cycle in your dishwasher or rinse under running tap water by hand. Air or wipe dry the pieces.
Wipe the base with a slightly soapy cloth. Rinse with a damp cloth and wipe dry. Reassemble your juicer by returning the pieces to the base in reverse order.
I have had this happen in the past...couple things you might try.... put it outside or in the freezer to cool it down. next i have dumped olive oil 'around' the end of it that is butted against the unit- some should seeps down and then i used a dull butter knife or steak knife to wedge in there to pry it off.(genlty) in different positions. If it is rusted on, well that's another matter entirely. But if it's just stuck, could be that you haven't oiled it each time? or my other guess is they aren't making the cutters like they did 25 years ago as i have had 3 champtions and more problems with the new ones and cutters jamming (i put a coule drops of olive oil into the hole in the cutter each time). and as a last resort a big burly man with gloves and feet to hang on to it and jimmy it off LOL good luck ;-)
I've had one for 21 years and when I replaced the blade the same thing happened. The blade is not supposed to be held firmly in place so it can slip intentionally to minimize vibration. If you bought the juicer new, think back, and I believe you will remember the vibration problem. I seems with a worn blade they vibrate less. The motor is very durable and uses roller bearings like on a skate board. I went back to the old blade, which I sharpen with a drill using a small bit.
Hey, you probably have figured it out! I just got a juicer without a manual and couldn't find a way to dismantle for cleaning but I got it!!!!!!!!! Just put it upside down and twist and turn. Everything will fall off ( cutter and container). I'm so happy to help!!