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Pulp plugs up exit shaft after one carrot

Pulp doesn't come out of shaft fast enough and even after one carrot, the pulp starts to come up the feeder piece making it hard to push down any further product. I have to stop after 7 or 8 carrots and clean out the pulp. The cutter blade is packed with pulp. Somewhere in the process the pulp is not coming out as it should be and just plugs up the shaft and feeder area. Any help appreciated. Michael

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Use a quatered apple in between carrort.

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