I am sorry I might not be able to explain in English very well, but I hope it will help somebody. In my case, the pulp container was a problem. when you take out the container, do you see the little(very very small )hole that if you push with something like toothpic it makes sound like "click, click"? I guess when we put the pulp container back, the container is supposed to push the safety button ( bottom area), but I think the part of the container that push the button was broken, and it didn't start,so I just put something small inside the hole before I put the container back to the juicer, so it covers the missing part. Their customer service doesn't help at all, I waited 1h to talk to somebody, and he couldn't help me. so please check that part.
We had the same problem, and we just ordered it around 2 weeks ago. This could have been the same, faulty batch. It was working great until it just stopped in the middle of juicing. Seems like something blew but I didn't smell anything burnt, nor did I hear anything break.
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Some juicers have an automatic shut off in them that prevent the motor form burning out.
When mine shuts off, it invariably means it got backed up and some produce in on the blade or in the shoot..clearing that out and then turning on with mine --the juiceman turns it back on.
On my vitasmix and garbage disposal it has this motor saving feature but there is a little button ypou must hit to rest it. sometimes it comes right back on when the button is hit but sometimes waits as the motor is not sufficiently cooled down and will come back on when a short time passes.
Maybe juicing less stuff at each push will help. Mine tends to do this when I am juicing very rapidly and jamming stuff in or when something extra hard is in there and the motor overheats trying to cut it perhaps smaller pieces might help if the produce is hard or very fibrous.
if it is intermediate workings there is a micro switch that is a must so it wont turn on when your fingers are in it might have some junk in it clean your machine. look if the micro switch fell inside machine ?
Push the reset button underneath - this worked with mine when the same happened to me; I only realised it was there after changing the fuse, which didn't fix it. I turned it over and found the button and voila!
There's nothing wrong. These juicers do not eject the pulp and go out of balance very easily. If you continue to have problems you may have to go for a different type of juicer. The Hurom or Omega VRT, expensive, look good if you're really into juicing.
I just bought the same one and although I broke it, the cone just came off easily for me. I just pulled it off and there were no clips or anything. It goes in the middle of the top plastic part where all the leftover remnants go. I used a tooth brush to clean it and that worked pretty good. Any chance you may have the book so you could tell me whether I have a burned out belt? I was overenthusiastic about what I was trying to juice and it was too dry. thanks!
Hi I had the same problem yesterday and emailed Champion Juicer about the problem here's their reply below, his suggestion worked.
Your machine is equipped with a magnetic start system which will only allow
the machine to start when you have the screenholder all the way in place
just as you would have it to start juicing. If you do not have any parts on
the machine it will not start. Please assemble it again and give it a try.
If it still wont start call me at 209-369-2154 for further assistance.