My Panasonic Juice extractor MJ66PRA is starting to emit a mild burning smell. I try to give it plenty of breaks in the juicing process. I have never oiled the appliance. Could this be the problem and where do I apply the oil?
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if it is intermediate workings there is a micro switch that is a must so it wont turn on when your fingers are in it might have some junk in it clean your machine. look if the micro switch fell inside machine ?
disassemble clean and assemble paying attention to condition
noise from bearings going out/screeching ???
noise from unbalanced load/ lots of vibration??
noise from scraping/grinding/metal on plastic ??
noise from scraping/grinding/plastic on plastic ??
there any burning smell also ??
is any part getting warm ( turn upside down to check ) ( hold or place on thick layer of kitchen towels
be aware if it is old ~ 20 yrs give or take 20 yrs getting a new juicer will be less hassle than trying to repair