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I also acquired this Kenmore juicer just today at a thrift store. It is virtually the identical juicer as the Waring Pro JEX328 Juice Extractor (only w/o the KE, for Kenmore). The manual can be found at the following link:
When juicing carrots, you'll want to keep your eye on the pulp being produced. You may need to empty the pulp collector after 8 to 10 large carrots before proceeding. It's easy to clean, as well as very simple to assemble and disassemble.
No overhaul. These juicers do not eject the pulp and are subject to vibration especially if you install a new blade. I've had one for 21 years and get by using a worn blade which I sharpen with an electric drill using a small bit.
Hi Kathy, we had the same problem. You need to soak you basket overnight (every day) in a chlorinated solution/detergent. This will keep your filter basket clean. Also, make sure you rinse out your juicer if you know you are not going to use it much for a few hours as the pulp will dry up and clog your filter. Since adopting we started doing this we haven't had any more problems.
It's easy. Scoop out the pulp with your hand and then under running warm water sponge the outside first and mop up the inside next. Keep rotating the basket as you clean. If the juicer becomes discolored after a while, boil the parts in a solution of Oxi Clean and water, then scrub. She will look like new.
Most juicers have a retention rod or side snaps that hold the top of the juicer in place. By loosening these, it will allow you to get underneath the juicer cap top. Once you have done this, you will have to remove the juice/ pulp wheel blade. Your juicer should have come with a two pin tool that facilitates this. Use the tool to loosen the juice /pulp wheel blade. Once you have done this, you should be able to remove the outer juice capture rim with that has the spout on one end. I hope this helps. Good luck and happy juicing.
are you exceeding the capacity of the juicer? you will get about 2 and 1/2 large glasses of juice before the pulp fills the spinning basket. Apple peels are very tough, apples and tomatoes need to be peeled before juicing. Use the filters, the juice comes out much clearer and the juicer is easier to clean up. I so a lot of carrots, carrots are super food.