No manual, how disassemble for cleaning;miss platform/extra blade
I purchased a juicer three weeks ago from Macy's in Atlanta and there were no instructions/manual, dos or don'ts in the box. And, I read on line that it comes with a platform and extra blade that was not included in the box. Since it was assembled when I bought it, I have no idea how to disassemble for cleaning. Oh!, and there is this orange oval thing that I don't know its use...........
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I would contact Macy's customer service for an answer to this question. It is not a model that has a retail parts division. Macy's should be able to provide a solution for you as they still carry these units. Otherwise, you may wish to purchase a new one from them and return your old one to them in the box you receive. It will end up costing you shipping, if you do not have one near you, but right now they are only $79.99. Model 8021
I looked all over for the disassembly instructions for the JM300 to no avail...so I got a flathead screwdriver and decided I'd either get the darned blade out or break it for good. It took some prying but the blade popped out and it was the RIGHT way to handle it after all. Now everything is clean and ready to use again.
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
I bought the juicer at a second-hand store in brand new condition however the crescent tool was missing. To remove the flat blade for cleaning, I use a pair of scissors spread far enough to fit the ends in both holes. Hold the basket still while turning the scissors counter-clockwise untill the flat blade detaches. Easy as that! I ordered the tool, but it hasn't arrived yet. Hope this helps!
Take off the top part of the juicer that has the chute. You will see the blade and basket. The blade appears to be attached to the basket with three small screws but is actually screwed onto the basket by a large screw that protrudes out of the basket underneath the blade. So the trick is to unscrew the blade, turning it to the left by using maybe a small screwdriver that you will have to put into one of the two small holes that are on the blade surface and pushing the blade to the left. This should loosen the blade and then you can just unscrew the blade off the basket. Once you get that blade off, the rest of the juicer comes apart. The newer models come with a little tool with a couple of arms that go down into those holes and loosen the top. Good luck.
REMOVE THE COVER BY ROTATING AND THE CLUTCH NUT HOLDING DOWN THE CUTTING BLADE. EVERYTHING LIFTS OFF. CLEAN ALL DISCOLORED PARTS BY FIRST BOILING IN A SOLUTION OF OXI CLEAN AND WATER, THEN SCRUB WITH A SAFE ABRASIVE SPONGE. SHE WILL SHINE UP NICE.