Question about Champion 2000+ Household Juice Extractor
My Champion Juicer is leaking from both ends of the Screen Holder, and the leakage is excessive. Before, there would be some minor leakage on the back end, but now it is so much that hardly any pulp expels. Any advice? PS: I am using the Champion for mastication and pressing the juice out with a separate press unit... Thanks in advance for any advice!
I'm having the same problem, the blank screen just doesn't fit the main body that well (I think the body on mine may have been warped by someone putting it in the dishwasher). Since I'm only going to be using my Champion as a front-end for a hydraulic press, I bought some food-grade silicone sealant (from McMaster-Carr or EMI Supply) and I'm just going to permanently attach the blank screen to the juicer body and slide the screen holder over that. There's a new O-ring for the back where the body attaches to the motor that might be needed as well.
Posted on Apr 18, 2011
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