I never got a manual, so I figured out how to use my 250 juicer...however, when adding a 2nd fruit, I pushed the pusher carefully and it suctioned in the juicer chute, and I can't get it out...and I've already disassembled it...what should I do? Help!
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Look for the model number of your juicer and the make (like ge juiceman etc) and type that and the word parts into goggle Maybe you can find the manufacturers and ask if they sell parts. if you cannot find the model number. try looking at juicers art amzon or ebay to see if you see your juicer..try that model number and look at the pusher to see i you think it will fit but having the real model number is better as you may think you have the right juicer and it is not the same.
I recently bought that part for my juicer on amazon and cost me $20. a week later I found the exact same juicer including the part I just bought for $20 so I bought in for both parts and if I want to use it upstairs as well as downstairs as juicing a lot for aggressive cancer.
So you might see it at a thrift store. would not be the right sixe or as good but maybe you can find a food processor at a thrift store and use that pusher. the often have juicer for sale at thrit stores ranging from $6 to about $20..test it by plugging it in and seeing if it works or any smoke comes out. This might be cheaper than finding as replacement plunger.
there should be a flat part on the pusher and a flat part on where you put it into...This happened the first time I used it. It will take 2 people but one of you holds the machine while the other pulls on the pusher. I recommend the stronger one pull. Also make sure it is unplugged and that it is off.
It will take two people to get the Lalanne Juicer pusher unstuck. We wrapped a sock inside a sock and put the top part of a hammer in the sock, then I lifted the large white part up while he hammered the pusher out. It took 6 hits and voila!
1-800-233-9054, or online at foxinternational.com if you are in the U.S.A. I am pretty certain they will have it. I lost mine--& use a long carrot to push whatever through. If some of the carrot gets juiced--no problem. It is good for you, & tasted great!