Question about Champion 2000+ Household Juice Extractor
I juice all kinds of leafy greens like kale, lettuce, spinach, sprouts; broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and the harder vegetables such as carrots, beets, celery, etc. I like the posting by Lisa in Jan. am finding that I have to put too much pressure to get the pulp moving. So now I decided to clean the blade half way through my process which is a drag. I have also tried to do the harder vegetables in between the leafy ones. I always do the celery last as its strings wrap around the blade. Do I need a new blade? Juicer is about 8 years old but has not been used a lot till this last May. It is now in daily use making at least 24-30 ounces of juice. Also, the white cover that holds the screen in place has a minor fracture nearest the machine. I would rather have it replaced before I am unable to use it. The juicer is a daily necessity in our health regime. I am in BC. Where do I get a replacement? Thanks so much for your prompt reply. Eddie
Parts from Champion website. You may need a new cutter, sometimes cheaper on ebay.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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