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How do i change out the blades?

This spins lettuce/other green leafy and slices vegetables, fruit's,cheese's and meat. bought at yard sale with no manual.

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Unscrew the cap on the underneath side that holds the blade. It will not come off completely. Pull on the cap and the blade assemble will come off ready for the new blade.

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