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The reset button

The juicer is working and extracting the juice. After about 3/4 to a full 8 oz glass of juice, the juicer trips off. After a few moments I hit the reset button, and it continues to spin for about a minute or less and it trips off again. The pulp basket is hardly full and the juicer functions normal, no vibration etc. PS: I check for possible overheating, but I do not feel any warm or hot surfaces or smell anything. Why is the juicer tripping off so often?

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IT'S THE RESET BUTTON AND THEY ARE
ADJUSTABLE. REMOVE 4 SCREWS UNDER
JUICER TO REMOVE BOTTOM. YOU CAN
GET AT THE RESET BUTTON HOUSING AND
ADJUST THE SMALL SCREW EITHER WAY.
YOU WILL HAVE TO FIGURE OUT WHICH
DIRECTION. CLOCKWISE OR COUNTER.
IT YOU GET IT WRONG IT WILL CUT OUT
MORE FREQUENTLY SO JUST GO THE
OTHER WAY.

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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