Once you have used the JC-250 Juice Extractor, how can I remove the cutter so I can clean its back and the inside of the extractor? I put it together just fine, squeezed out some delicious juice, but now I cannot take the appliance apart again.
Hey, you probably have figured it out! I just got a juicer without a manual and couldn't find a way to dismantle for cleaning but I got it!!!!!!!!! Just put it upside down and twist and turn. Everything will fall off ( cutter and container). I'm so happy to help!!
I have the same juicer and it works great. I dread the cleanup though. To take the mesh strainer out, you push down and turn the casing clockwise then pull the stainer up. Easier said then done I know but that' how the directions read. The makers forgot to put in, Pull the stainer straight up with everything you have.
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I have home juice extractor FIRST Model No NT-9214, Nr : S 9352152. I am very happy with it, but I damaged the plastic parts. I'm from Slovakia, I live in the city Nitra. For these extractor in service no longer have replacement parts. Please help me and talk to me where can I buy these parts. Please answer to my e-mail address [email protected] Thank you
Do not use WD40. Wear heavy leather work gloves. Lightly tap two flathead screwdrivers positioned opposite each other to initially pry the blade apart from the main body of the juicer. Alternate tapping on the screwdrivers until some of the shaft is exposed. Tilt the juicer towards the blade and drizzle olive oil on to the exposed shaft. Every few hours return juicer to stable upright position and use a hammer to lightly tap a screwdriver positioned at an angle that will not gouge the shaft. Rotate blade manually and tap in different positions. Keep juicer tilted towards blade in between tapping attempts to allow oil to penetrate shaft opening. Continue drizzling olive oil on shaft as it is exposed. Cutter may need replacement after this procedure. Use steel wool to thoroughly clean shaft. Soak Cutter blade in hot soapy water for two days.
This is what manual doesn't tell you: clean the 3 spring loaded pins on the side of the motor clutch. Sugar and pulp may get inside and seize them when dries up, thus making very hard to separate the basket/cutter from the clutch.
I hate to admit my wife was right: "Don't get it. It's too cheap. You get what you pay for!" Gaads, I hate to admit this THIS time, she might have been right! I am going back to play with it to see if I can figure it out! There's gotta be a way to clean it! Otherwise, it is just a salmonella breeding laboratory!
Oh-oh! I just found it - (after I cut one of my fingers on the cutters looking for access!) Here is the answer:
1. Do NOT turn the basket/cutter part. Just because there is a knurl on the cutter basket doesn't mean we put our hands on it -- yet! 2. Turn the entire TOP in which the cutters nest approximately 60-90 degrees CLOCKWISE. 3. Lift the entire plastic assembly straight up. 4. The cutter basket will now separate from the plastic top.
Good luck -- and don't cut yourself, unless the taste of your own blood excites you!