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You can buy it from Waring or Omega, same blade. Or, just google Acme juicer parts. $20 to $30. Look out though, found new blade increases vibration. You can also sharpen old blade by slightly drilling into each burr on the blade with a small drill bit. Been using the same blade for several years.
I am assuming your juicer is the same as mine. The JC-6 White with "Vitamin Bar" and a carrot on the front.
There is most likely a tool that you insert in the back slot, but since I don't know of one, I had to get creative.
First unplug the juicer and undo the side locks, remove the clear cap. Look in the back, there is a 2-inch wide slot where you can see the motor and locking mechanism.
Take a butter knife and hold the mechanism in place. Use your other hand or have a partner spin the mesh/bladed bowl counter-clockwise.
With just some effort and a small "pop" noise, the piece should be free.
I searched forever for a solution, I hope someone with a similar plight finds this helpful.
Hello, First, make sure the screw on clamp that holds the blade down is centering the blade correctly. Also make sure it tightens down firmly against the blade. Wiggle the blade to ensure it is mounted securely. If this doesn' fix it try your old blade again. If your old blade works you may have a bad, unbalance blade but I would suspect he screw on clamp knob may be somewhat worn and not securing the blade causing it to run "out of round" when a piece of vegetable pushes on it. If everything looks good with both blades and the blade securing knob it could be a worn bearing on the juicer. Try wiggling the motor shaft and see if there is any play in it. I have an ACME 6001 that is quite old so I wouldn't suspect the bearings are going. One other thing, does the bowl take 3 to 5 minutes to stop spinning when you shut off the motor? If it does then the shaft and bearing are probalby ok
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!
On their website there is a manual and at the end of the manual there is a number you can call for a replacement. I believe you get the crescent tool, blade, and filter together for around $25. http://www.powerjuicer.com/customer-manuals.html
There is a roll pin under the flywheel, I you can get the basket off then you pull up on the flywheel , It is the last part before the motor housing. Once you have that off I think you may find that pin is sheared off. It is a common automotive or bearing house part. push out the old and push in the new pin and away you go. The new pin shoud protrude about 3?16 " on both sides of the pin. I hope this helps.