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Cannot remove juice bowl from Juiceman 410. Yesterday it was ok.

Today I have not been able to remove the juice bowl from Juiceman 410.
Used it yesterday and it was fine. Thought I cleaned it well but perhaps not. Today the unit would not start, so I tried to remove the juice bowl,
but it will not budge. I've tried banging on it with a rubber mallet, squirted 409 ( a cleaner) around the edge, but it still won't budge.

Please help.

Thanks,

John

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