Question about Microwave Ovens
Follow these steps to clean ur juicer.
Turn off and unplug the Juicer to avoid injuring yourself. Pull the pusher up and out of the chute. Pull the locking bar down, so it touches the counter. Pull the lid up, removing it from the juice receptacle.
Look at the bottom of the pulp collector. Notice a lip that sits in the base of the juicer, like a puzzle piece. Pull the collector away from the juicer's base while pulling it out from the lip at an upward angle of about 45 degrees. Remove the blades and the filters by twisting their receptacle and using one hand to pull up on it and the other hand to pull down on the unit's base. Leave screws in place.
Remove the spout. Look at the bottom of the receptacle and find the locking mechanism, which is round with a metal interior. Turn it counterclockwise, so the spout's pivot arm meets the plastic notch. Lift up on the spout, and it will separate from the receptacle.
Run your sink three-quarters full of warm water. Add a gentle dish soap and mix it in with your hands. Place all the juicer's parts in the soapy water--except the base, which has electric components that could be damaged by the water.
Wet a cotton cloth, wring it out and use it to wipe the base. If it is heavily soiled, scrub the base with a toothbrush dipped in the soapy water. Make sure you don't get water inside the base. Wipe it dry with a second cloth.
Clean all of the juicer pieces in the sink with a kitchen brush, then rinse them with cool water. Dry the parts with a dish towel before reassembling your Juicer.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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