Machine is clogged and inoperable
Try this Greenis “Slow” juicer tip and turn the Greenis ‘Slow’ Juicer off and press the reverse button for a few seconds, then try operating again. The reverse button works with a ‘pulse’ motion. The reverse button basically “undoes” whatever was being proceed at the time helping the machine unclog automatically. If the reverse button does not work, disassemble the Greenis ‘Slow’ Juicer to dislodge any material then reassemble as per the instructions.
Do not use any harsh abrasives on your juicer. Rather opt for soft cleaning material and detergents that are mild and have minimum fragrances and ingredients. To reduce discolouration rinse and clean the Greenis ‘Slow’ Juicer after each use.
This is a good indication that the pulp ejection outlet is blocked, usually this is a result of stringy material like wheatgrass, celery etc. Dismantle the housing and unblock using the pointed end of the brush before continuing. Cut stringy material into shorter pieces of about 2 to 3 cm’s in length and alternate with other produce that you will be using for juice whenever possible.
To avoid electrical shock, do not immerse the motor in water or any other liquid at all. This is not optional, follow the cleaning instructions as advised in the manual. Unplug from outlet when not in use and make sure that when children are making their own juicers they have adult supervision at all times. Do not insert fingers or any other foreign objects into the Greenis ‘Slow’ Juicer whilst it is in operation. If the cord on your machine is damaged, do not use your machine, rather contact your supplier to enquire about replacement options. This is a juicer that also has the option of making frozen desserts when using the blank screen. Only use the Greenis for what it is intended for.