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I bought one without a manual today for 2 dollars at a yard sale , blades lock in about a half inch - turn counter clockwise to remove, may need to press down or press button in back. base below comes off too for cleaning - turn clockwise. They may come off hard the first time. the button in the back may help releasing both. Make sure to unplug first. I don't have a manual either, just some mechanical sense.
Cleaning the juicer immediately after use makes it really easy to clean. Run few cups of water through the machine while running and make sure to use a bristle brush to scrub the screen with after use.
Rotate the cover to remover it, unscrew the clutch nut in the center of the blade and lift everything out. If the juicer is stained, boil the parts in a solution of Oxi Clean and water for a few minutes. They will scrub up like new.
(1) Remove the food plunger and top cover; (2) unscrew the 3 screws from the blade/cutter plate and lift it off its base; (3) Unscrew the plastic base COUNTERWISE and lift it off of the center spindle; (4) Now you can remove the basket and juice bowl for cleaning.
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.
Well this is September ,so i just got one to,so i dont know if you solved your problem since then,but you never take the screws out the blade to take the blade out you keep screws in and take the vise gripe the black vise grip and put it in the blade while still in the processer and turn it left keep turning it and the whole thing will come off and so you will be able to clean the filter .