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The owner's manual should be available online. Any good juice recipe book will work with this juicer. I've found amazing recipes online and especially at countless Nutritional/ Vegan websites.This type of juicer is a "juice extractor", meaning it doesn't completely liquify all of the pulp like the new Ninja does. Look for recipes that work for a juice extractor.
Jack Lalanne Juicer Manual http://www.myeasypics.com/is.php?i=665112&img=1.jpg http://www.myeasypics.com/is.php?i=665113&img=2.jpg http://www.myeasypics.com/is.php?i=665114&img=3.jpg http://www.myeasypics.com/is.php?i=665115&img=4.jpg I hope this helps.
If yours is the "express" you can download it off a website. Google search, "Jack LaLanne's Power Juicer OWNER'S MANUAL."
My model was different and needed this stupid little "crescent wrench." Not a normal crescent wrench, but a crescent moon shaped handle with two little knob things sticking out that fit into the two holes in the top of the blade. It screwed counter-clockwise until parts all came out for cleaning.
(hint: I never toss my owner's manual, but I couldn't find it anywhere until I saw on the box that it said it came with a recipe book. I went to my recipe book cabinet, and there was the owner's manual - in the recipe book.)