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The spout, itself is hinged. It has two positions, an upper and a lower position. (Similar to a light switch). Make sure it is in it's lowest position when making juice, otherwise the liquid will collect in the inner bowl and leak out the sides of the juicer. Move the spout to the upper position to temporarily stop the flow of juice, such as when you change glasses or receptacles. Then, put the spout in the lower position to resume the flow of juice.
Believe it can be done. You might have to file or shave the new arm a little then seat it as best as possible and tap it in place with a screw driver and hammer. If you do manage to attach the new arm and the fit is a little too snug when you latch down the cover, file the upper tip of the arm for a little more tolerance. Also, believe it or not, a worn blade will produce less vibration. There is a set screw bottom center. With the juicer fully assembled, unlock it, turn it clockwise until feed chute contacts the shredder blade and back it off a half turn. You now have the proper gap between the chute and blade.
Is this an older juicer and a new latch arm? Surprised you were able to snap it into the base. If your problem is latching it down because it's a little too snug, file the upper tip a little to increase the tolerance. Do it to a point where the latch arm will easily slip over the lip of the cover and then latch it down.
WARING AT 800 492 7464 HANDLES ACME JUICERS. VIBRATION MAY NOT INDICATE REPAIR. THIS JUICER DOES NOT EJECT PULP SO IS PRONE TO VIBRATION JUST LIKE AN INCORRECTLY LOADED WASHING MACHINE. HOWEVER, SEVERE VIBRATION WILL CAUSE THE BLADE TO CHEW UP THE CHUTE. YOU WILL NEED A NEW COVER. TALK TO WARING. ANOTHER PROBLEM IS NEW COVER PROVIDED WILL NOT FIT SOME OLDER JUICERS WITHOUT FILING DOWN THE EDGE OF THE COVER. TAKES TIME BUT CAN BE DONE.
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Yes. There should be an orange handle-looking accessory with to small metal rods sticking out that is made to clik into the wire mesh screen and unlock it be twisting the screen mechanism slightly so you can unscrew it out.
See the enclose photos of the tool.
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Take the top part of the juicer off so that just the shreder is visable. On top of the shreder are 2 small holes on either side of the blades. a handle devise with 2 pins came with the juicer. put the tool pins into the holes and twist counter clock wise. The blade will come off then rest is simple and the unit can be disassembled. If you have lost the tool disassembly will be more dificult but can still be accomplished using a cloth on top of the blades and twiting counter clock wise. Careful though or you will cut yourself
There is the metal thingy that slides up over the upper unit. Pull it towards your firmly. Once it's down you can lift off the top housing. Then you'll see the blade. You need that little orange crescent tool to fit into the two holes in the blade. Turning it will loosen. Then the blade screws off (righty tighty, lefty loosey). It's just a matter of taking off the parts then and washing them. The screen thingy is easiest to wash from the outside with a nice scubby pad. Reassembles same way.
There is a roll pin under the flywheel, I you can get the basket off then you pull up on the flywheel , It is the last part before the motor housing. Once you have that off I think you may find that pin is sheared off. It is a common automotive or bearing house part. push out the old and push in the new pin and away you go. The new pin shoud protrude about 3?16 " on both sides of the pin. I hope this helps.