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I have a 11je45 also, circa 1990. The only problem I had was replacing the cover. The plastic covers for the newer Acme's will not fit unless you file the ridge down where it fits into the juice bowl. Its a pain, but can be done. The other parts, like the clutch nut, shredder blade, etc., should be the same. No supplier, I gooled, says they have the older covers, but I know they are out there because I got one when I ordered the newer version. They seem to be unaware they have them.
I've had one for 21 years and when I replaced the blade the same thing happened. The blade is not supposed to be held firmly in place so it can slip intentionally to minimize vibration. If you bought the juicer new, think back, and I believe you will remember the vibration problem. I seems with a worn blade they vibrate less. The motor is very durable and uses roller bearings like on a skate board. I went back to the old blade, which I sharpen with a drill using a small bit.