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Take bottom off juicer. The 4th screw is an "odd" one...I drilled the center out and used a flat head.
When you look up inside the juicer, you will see a silver lever arm. It touches the arm lock mechanism (so the juicer will only run when the arm is engaged).
The lever arm should be behind the black lever arm part on the side. When I opened mine up, the silver level arm was on top of the black post thingy. I took a screwdriver and pushed it off the black post thingy, so it the very bottom of the silver lever is behind it. (I can no longer see the entire silver lever easily when it is in the correct position.)
Totally fixed it.
I think it bounced out of the correct spot when I juiced some hard veggies or when I moved it, it hit the counter pretty hard.
Anyway, good luck....I am not a mechanic so sorry if the language is non-technical.
Have you ensured that the blade is securely screwed into the drive motor? Using the two-pronged tool that came with the juicer (or, if you've misplaced it, a DIY solution like two small screwdrivers), make sure that the blade unit is screwed clockwise onto the drive motor. There should be two holes on the inside of the blade unit, at the bottom of the "bowl." That's where you remove the blade unit for cleaning and reattach and tighten it.
Yes, the JEX328 is the same machine as the WE100PC. All the external parts (the ones you can replace yourself) are the same from model to model. Having inspected both machines and checked parts lists (excluding internal parts), Any part number that fits one will fit the other. There are probably no differences inside the units, truth be told.
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The stainless bar should be on the correct slots on top of the juicer.
It has a safety switch on those bars. Smell the motor from under the
juicer, it should not smell like burnt. Press hard on the switch, it
might be loose.
This is what manual doesn't tell you: clean the 3 spring loaded pins on the side of the motor clutch. Sugar and pulp may get inside and seize them when dries up, thus making very hard to separate the basket/cutter from the clutch.