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Replace Body/Hub Combo

Can anyone tell me how to replace the body/hub combo on the Champion Juicer 2000? It's a newish model. I don't understand the instructions that came with the parts. It starts by saying, "it requires a one-quarter type socket wrench to remove the motor thru bolts from the old assembly." The only bolts I see are on the underside of the machine...are those the ones they mean? I start by taking the bottom off?

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  • Walter Roll Feb 27, 2009

    I am about to replace the hub and have been wondering how I going to do it, I do not have intructions as of yet. The motor thru bolts are probably the ones that are at the other end of the motor, they are around the edge (on the switch end), try slowly loosening those up and see if the hub starts to come off.

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After reading your initial post and responding...yes, take a 1/4" socket wrench and loosen the four bolts at the other end of the motor. The hub will come off easily. If you have ot replace the oil seal, I have not figured out how to do that yet. I beleive the replacement hub has a new oil seal already installed. hope this helps

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