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Contact waring directly or just google juicer parts. Believe Omega juicers share same blade and it's cheaper. If your handy you can sharpen you old blade by drilling, at an angle, into the face of each burr on the blade. Use a 1/16 or 5/64 bit and do it ever so slightly.
Acme no longer makes the juicers, but Waring now makes them. Here is a
link to their website. I could not find the manual on their site, but
perhaps you could email them and ask them where you can get one. They
do sell the filters and a replacment cutting blade for the Juicerator
I can email one to you if you don't already have it. It took me forever to find it. I finally found the number for the company 1-800-4waring and they emailed one to me. I'd be glad to send you an manual if you'd like.