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I read the suggested solution under "Best Solution" and followed the directions as posted. Actually, it was very clear and accurate . . . and best of all, it worked!

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Don't take the screws out! That plate is not meant to come off.

The filter unit is removed from the base by unscrewing it counterclockwise using the two holes in the plate that you unscrewed. The juicer originally came with a plastic tool with two prongs that fit in the holes and acted like a sort of handle you could use to unscrew the assembly.

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You can find the user manual here, and it does show you how to take it apart; disregard that the photo in the manual isn't a stainless steel model.

http://www.powerjuicer.com/pdf/classic.pdf

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