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I recently got a Ninja food processor that looks like the QB900 at an auction. It came with no instructions. After unscrewing the screws and removing the 3 pieces from the cardboard display, the clear top through which the bIade stem protrudes came off the pitcher with no problem. However find I can not remove that lid from the small jar. Is there some trick to get it off? Thanks for whatever help you can give.

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Twist it and pull up

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