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If you mean green leafy greens, the juicer is not really designed for them. A sharp blade will extract some juice from them, but I found a new blade seems to increase the vibration issue. Acme works best on carrots, apples, celery, etc.
Move from side to side and jiggle the whole assembly .. including the juice collector and juicing basket. With patience and even a break between attempts it will finally dislodge itself and lift up and off.
Just juiced carrots and a couple apples .. mmmm good ;-) best of luck
I am having a similar problem, turned it on to juice carrots, it sounded like it was rotating very slowly then the motor just stopped. Would love a fix, i am addicted to my juicer and would be very sad if it was not good. It is only about 2 months old.
FIRST DUMP THE FILTERS, THEY DECREASE YIELD AND MAY CAUSE MORE VIBRATION. IF JUICER SHUTS DOWN PUSH RESET BUTTON ON BOTTOM. THIS TYPE OF JUICER DOES NOT EJECT PULP AND REQUIRES SOME TIME TO MASTER. FEED THE STUFF SLOW AND STEADY. WANT A GOOD JUICE? TRY 1 APPLE, 2 CARROTS, 2 CELERY AND A HALF LEMON. IF YOU ARE REALLY BRAVE YOU CAN FINISH OFF BY SLOWLY POURING 6 OR 8 OUNCERS OF WATER RIGHT DOWN THE CHUTE. THIS NOT ONLY DILUTES BUT LEECHES MORE JUICE OUT OF THE PULP. JUICE SHOULD BE DILUTED AND DRANK SLOWLY.