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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 ?
I have had this happen in the past...couple things you might try.... put it outside or in the freezer to cool it down. next i have dumped olive oil 'around' the end of it that is butted against the unit- some should seeps down and then i used a dull butter knife or steak knife to wedge in there to pry it off.(genlty) in different positions. If it is rusted on, well that's another matter entirely. But if it's just stuck, could be that you haven't oiled it each time? or my other guess is they aren't making the cutters like they did 25 years ago as i have had 3 champtions and more problems with the new ones and cutters jamming (i put a coule drops of olive oil into the hole in the cutter each time). and as a last resort a big burly man with gloves and feet to hang on to it and jimmy it off LOL good luck ;-)
DROP THE FILTERS. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES HAVE TO BE FED SLOW AND STEADY. IF THE JUICER IS OLD THE GAP BETWEEN BLADE AND CHUTE MAY BE TO WIDE LETTING LARGER PIECES THRU AND THROWING IT OUT OF BALANCE. USING ONE FOR 19 YEARS AND THEY ARE TRICKY.
REMOVE THE 4 BOTTOM SCREWS AND TRY IT AGAIN. YOU CAN SEE THE SEAM AROUND THE JUICER WHERE IT SEPARATES. YOU CAN GET THE SWITCH FROM WARING AT 800 492 7464. MINE IS FROM 1990 AND RUNS LIKE NEW. DO ALL MY OWN REPAIRS.