Before operating the machine
Do not operate the machine with wet hands
Do not use the machine at in a place with excessive moisture
Unplug the Juice extractor from the electrical outlet when not in use, assembling, disassembling, cleaning, and removing food or other contents from the juicer (feeding chute)
Avoid contact with moving parts while the machine is in operation
Carefully read the instruction manual before operating
Plug the power cord into a grounded electrical outlet
Push the power switch up to run the motor (do not let the twin gears idle more than 15 seconds)
If the motor stops from a feed jam/overloading, push the power switch down (reverse position) for 3 to 5 seconds.
Place the power switch at the middle to stop the motor
How to disassemble & Clean the machine
Let the machine run for about one minute to get rid of excess feed/juice
Push the power switch down
Unplug the Juice extractor from the electrical outlet before disassembling and cleaning
Remove the housing cover
Unscrew the butterfly nuts on both sides and release the latches
Remove the screen housing (in case the screen housing does not release easily, turn the power switch ON/OFF one or twice then it will be released smoothly)
Remove the twin gears
Clean the screen housing with the cleaning brush under running water (do the same with the twin gears)
Dry with clean towel and then air dry the parts
How to Assemble the Gears
First, Insert the Driving Gear through the Driving Gear Shaft. Please Note! Slowly slide the driving gear through the driving gear shaft, but do not push the gear fully into the slot at this time. Right before the gear is set into the end of the slot, wiggle and/or turn the gear and so it is securely aligned with the gear shaft. Then, push the gear fully into the slot. Make sure the gears are fully seated.
Second, Insert the Free Wheel Gear through the Sub-Shaft.
Always make sure the gears are fully seated before operating. If you forcefully push the gear all the way into the slot without properly aligning them, the gear shaft can get damaged.
Slowly slide the screen housing over the twin gears and push it back.
Firmly tighten (do not over tighten) the butterfly nuts and place the screen housing cover.