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Because leak juice jam in three press contact switches. how to loosen them

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If juice has gummed up switches then they need to be replaced. You cant clean them.

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Attachment
The Citrus Juicer
Attachment includes:
Strainer Basket, which
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bowl. It has grooved cam
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locking device on opposite
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Juicer Stem Adapter,
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Small cone, for lemons
and limes. It must always
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Slot in center of underside
fits rib on Adapter.
Medium cone, for oranges
and large cone, for grapefruits.
Both fit over small
cone.
1. Place work bowl on Pro
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Hold Strainer Basket
open side up, with
locking device facing
you. Align locking device
slightly to left of locking
tab on front rim of work
bowl.
Place strainer basket on
work bowl, fitting Juicer
Stem Adapter loosely
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as far as it will go, until it
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Adapter clockwise until it
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