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What can I use if I have misplaced the crescent tool to get the mesh basket out with in my power juicer..

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I'd recommend that you buy a small wrench set (preferable "offset"). One of them will fit; then you might epoxy a magnet to it or tie a string to it, and keep it somewhere (like on your fridge) so it doesn't get lost.

You can buy small wrench sets very inexpensively. Good places to look include Ace Hardware, True Value Hardware, computer stores, Radio Shack, hobby shops, and gun shops.

Alternatively, a mini-crescent wrench might work for you. These come in about a 3" length, and you can often find these for $1-2 at places like Home Depot or Lowe's.

When you find it, keep it safe!

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