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Using a screw driver remove screws to detach the thing that locks the attachments into place. You will see a rubber seal around the socket in which the auger is fitted. Remove the seal and put a little oil on it. Replace everything after doing the lubrication.
These juicers vibrate, I don't care what anyone tells you. Mine is 21 years old and I find using a worn resharpened blade, after adjusting, lessens the vibration. If your not close to being an auto mechanic, I suggest a pulp ejecting type juicer like the Miracle MJ1000 for about $130.
it probably has developed a loos connection inside. Pressing on that part reconnects the loose connecion inside the machine. If you are someone with a good mechanical aptittude, you may open it and somehow make a hood connection again. The problem should be obvious, and straight forward to fix.