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BRAKET ON JUICER WHICH HOLDS BASKET FROM MOVING IS BROKEN CAN IT BE REPALCED OVER 15 YEAR OF USE OF JUICER NOT BASKET IS MOVING DUE TO BROKEN HOLDING BRAKETS JUICER IS INWORKING CONDITION AND FINE I NEED TO REPLACE THE BRAKETS

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Are you talking about the clutch nut that screws
down on the basket and blade, or the small clips
that the cover rotates and snaps into. Either way
call Waring at 1 800 492 7464, they should have
the part.

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