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Call Waring at 1800 492 7464, they may be able to help you out. There is not a whole lot involved here. Place the juice bowl on the base first, then the basket, blade, secure with the clutch nut and rotate the cover to lock it in place. Watch out they vibrate, so juice hard produce evenly and slowly.
I've had one for 21 years and when I replaced the blade the same thing happened. The blade is not supposed to be held firmly in place so it can slip intentionally to minimize vibration. If you bought the juicer new, think back, and I believe you will remember the vibration problem. I seems with a worn blade they vibrate less. The motor is very durable and uses roller bearings like on a skate board. I went back to the old blade, which I sharpen with a drill using a small bit.
REMOVE THE COVER BY ROTATING AND THE CLUTCH NUT HOLDING DOWN THE CUTTING BLADE. EVERYTHING LIFTS OFF. CLEAN ALL DISCOLORED PARTS BY FIRST BOILING IN A SOLUTION OF OXI CLEAN AND WATER, THEN SCRUB WITH A SAFE ABRASIVE SPONGE. SHE WILL SHINE UP NICE.