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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.
This is a good one because a worn blade actually causes less vibration. You can sharpen the blade using a drill. Use a drill bit about the same width as the cutting burrs and drill into the face of each one ever so slightly, almost perpendicularly. Assemble the juicer and unlock the adjust screw on the center of the bottom. Turn it clockwise until the blade contacts the chute, then back it off a half turn. Don't forget to tighten the lock nut. I've been using the same blade for years.