Question about Juicers
The juicer is relateively new (few months). Worked fine last week, now i press the power button and it wont turn on. I dismantled it and took a look inside, but couldnt see anything wrong. It would help if I could get a Dash manual or something... Nothing is available online.
Just fixed this problem!
Take bottom off juicer. The 4th screw is an "odd" one...I drilled the center out and used a flat head.
When you look up inside the juicer, you will see a silver lever arm. It touches the arm lock mechanism (so the juicer will only run when the arm is engaged).
The lever arm should be behind the black lever arm part on the side. When I opened mine up, the silver level arm was on top of the black post thingy. I took a screwdriver and pushed it off the black post thingy, so it the very bottom of the silver lever is behind it. (I can no longer see the entire silver lever easily when it is in the correct position.)
Totally fixed it.
I think it bounced out of the correct spot when I juiced some hard veggies or when I moved it, it hit the counter pretty hard.
Anyway, good luck....I am not a mechanic so sorry if the language is non-technical.
Posted on Apr 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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i had the same problem and figured out an easy way to open it without the tool. DO NOT take out the screws. I simply used chop sticks. I put one in each small hole and held the chop sticks in an X and turned the top counterclockwise!
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
This may sound silly, but have you tried plugging it in to a different outlet in your kitchen-i.e. (as in an outlet that is on a different breaker? or fuse?) I thought our slow cooker was toast--& it was the outlet, not the unit. When we are busy or tired & frustrated sometimes we can overlook the simpilest things.
Is it possible you have a defective cord? Taking it to a repair place is your best bet if either of those ideas don't help. Call to get an estimate first--call around to parts & repair depots in your city/area, as the cost can vary widely. Some are very reasonable while others make you wish you'd replaced it instead!
Or ask around for a retired repairman that does repairs occasionally. They often charge a lot less-but you may have to pick up the part once he/she's identified the problem. Also--trade schools that teach repairs to small appliances may fix it for a nominal fee--or even just for the cost of the part--if a part is involved.
Hope this helps...
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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