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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Getting the old one out is the hardest part if the arm was broken off like mine. First locate the rectangular part where the arm attaches to the case. If the old arm, or most of it, is still attached, grasp it and pull firmly away from the case until you hear a click. Then, still pulling it away from the case, push it up toward the top of the case until it slides out. If the arm is broken off you have to pry it from the top until you hear the click. I used a small paring knife. Once you get it this far, wedge something like a toothpick behind it to keep it pulled away from the case. Then you need to push this push this part up. It is pretty tight so you might want to use some type of tool, like the blade of a flat screwdriver. Once you get the old one out, putting the new on in is just the reverse of taking the old one out.
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
It's a real pain and even bigger pain to snap the new one in place. Best way to do it is remove
the 4 screws, not the center one, and separate the base. You will then have access to the
latch arm from within, but remember how everything goes back together again.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
Omega can walk you through it, but have a file handy because the new latch
arms are not a perfect fit for the older juicers. You might want to remove the
4 screws on the bottom to separate the base for better access. If you have
a little mechanical ability it can be done, if not it could get tense.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
There are no instructions. Call Omega 1 800 633 33461
for advice. Also new arms on an older juicer may not
be an exact fit so you might have to do a little filing
down on the arm to get it to fit. You can remove the
4 screws on the bottom to separate the base and get
a clearer picture of what you have to do. Basically
you have to pry the base of the arm away and push
up to remove it. If you're not handy you may need
some help cause it gets tricky.
Posted on Feb 09, 2011
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