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The spout, itself is hinged. It has two positions, an upper and a lower position. (Similar to a light switch). Make sure it is in it's lowest position when making juice, otherwise the liquid will collect in the inner bowl and leak out the sides of the juicer. Move the spout to the upper position to temporarily stop the flow of juice, such as when you change glasses or receptacles. Then, put the spout in the lower position to resume the flow of juice.
Dave, contact Waring at 1-800-492-7464 and order a new foot ring. Here's a tip. When the juicer is not in use find a bowl cover or something to fit in side the circumference of the foot ring for the juicer to rest on. That way the foot ring won't stick to the counter and rubber won't compress over time.
If you mean green leafy greens, the juicer is not really designed for them. A sharp blade will extract some juice from them, but I found a new blade seems to increase the vibration issue. Acme works best on carrots, apples, celery, etc.
check oil level if low, add mobil one oil. check for oil leaks.low hydraulic pressure is sign of low pressure in the valve housing, unit should be rebuilt by replacing o-rings in the housing . email me for help.
the rubber banding on the bottom of the shredder disk gets worn over time and you might need to buy a new shredder disk. I was experiencing the same problem (the juicer was vibrating at an odd speed,shaking and the sound of the motor was distressed, when the plunger was inserted to push down the veggies it was banging and making an awful noise) replacing the disk solved the problem - good as new.