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Peel 4 medium size oranges and place in the juicer.
Juicing Tip: When juicing oranges (or any kind of citrus
fruit) it is a good idea to juice the white
membranes at the center of the orange. The majority of the
bio-flavonoids in citrus fruits are found in the white membranes. Scrape
off some of the white membranes inside the peel and include them in the
juice. We don't recommend juicing the whole peel, this will produce a
very sour unpleasant juice.
the blade can be removed possibly with your hands, if you can manage to turn it, if not then find something that will fit into those little holes of the blade to turn it, and then take it apart, but remember in what order. to put it together: the grey thing with the spout attached goes on first, then the orange basket, then the blade, but don't turn it too tight, just look for the indicator marks and line them up with the arrows, then the black lid, and then the pulp basket.make sure that the black lid in the back, goes INTO the pulp collector, it is not very far, but if it is not done like this, then your machine will not work. then you raise and lock the bar into place and put the pusher into the feeding tube. hope that helps.
FIRST DUMP THE FILTERS, THEY DECREASE YIELD AND MAY CAUSE MORE VIBRATION. IF JUICER SHUTS DOWN PUSH RESET BUTTON ON BOTTOM. THIS TYPE OF JUICER DOES NOT EJECT PULP AND REQUIRES SOME TIME TO MASTER. FEED THE STUFF SLOW AND STEADY. WANT A GOOD JUICE? TRY 1 APPLE, 2 CARROTS, 2 CELERY AND A HALF LEMON. IF YOU ARE REALLY BRAVE YOU CAN FINISH OFF BY SLOWLY POURING 6 OR 8 OUNCERS OF WATER RIGHT DOWN THE CHUTE. THIS NOT ONLY DILUTES BUT LEECHES MORE JUICE OUT OF THE PULP. JUICE SHOULD BE DILUTED AND DRANK SLOWLY.
Hello, First, make sure the screw on clamp that holds the blade down is centering the blade correctly. Also make sure it tightens down firmly against the blade. Wiggle the blade to ensure it is mounted securely. If this doesn' fix it try your old blade again. If your old blade works you may have a bad, unbalance blade but I would suspect he screw on clamp knob may be somewhat worn and not securing the blade causing it to run "out of round" when a piece of vegetable pushes on it. If everything looks good with both blades and the blade securing knob it could be a worn bearing on the juicer. Try wiggling the motor shaft and see if there is any play in it. I have an ACME 6001 that is quite old so I wouldn't suspect the bearings are going. One other thing, does the bowl take 3 to 5 minutes to stop spinning when you shut off the motor? If it does then the shaft and bearing are probalby ok
There is the metal thingy that slides up over the upper unit. Pull it towards your firmly. Once it's down you can lift off the top housing. Then you'll see the blade. You need that little orange crescent tool to fit into the two holes in the blade. Turning it will loosen. Then the blade screws off (righty tighty, lefty loosey). It's just a matter of taking off the parts then and washing them. The screen thingy is easiest to wash from the outside with a nice scubby pad. Reassembles same way.
Take off the top part of the juicer that has the chute. You will see the blade and basket. The blade appears to be attached to the basket with three small screws but is actually screwed onto the basket by a large screw that protrudes out of the basket underneath the blade. So the trick is to unscrew the blade, turning it to the left by using maybe a small screwdriver that you will have to put into one of the two small holes that are on the blade surface and pushing the blade to the left. This should loosen the blade and then you can just unscrew the blade off the basket. Once you get that blade off, the rest of the juicer comes apart. The newer models come with a little tool with a couple of arms that go down into those holes and loosen the top. Good luck.
After about a half hour I finally figured it out. I'll go through all the steps.
1. Remove pusher from chute.
2. Pull the locking bar down over the spout.
3. Remove lid.
4. This part is tricky. Stick the orange crescent tool into the blade holes and while holding the filter basket steady with one hand, turn the blade couterclockwise while pulling up.You do have put a little muscle into it. And remember, if you don't hold the filter steady, the whole damn thing just spins.
5. Remove the receptacle.
Good juicer, but it seems unnecessarily complicated.