TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

USHA Nutripress CPJ 362F

Please check if the power plug is properly inserted into the main power supply.

  • Please check whether the assembly is done according to the guidelines.

  • Fruits or vegetables that were stored in the refrigerator for a long time must be soaked in clear water for at least 10 minutes before using them.
  • Different ingredients hold different amounts of fluids that will yield different amounts of juice.
  • Check if all parts are assembled correctly.
  • While juicing ingredients with small seeds, after a few servings, it may reduce the juice yield. For best result, disassemble and wash the top-set (without main unit) in between juicing.
  • If there is seed residue on the bottom of the filter, this can affect juicer performanceand the overall juice yield.

Check whether too much food is inserted into the juicer.

  • Check whether the food contains hard cores.
  • When the juicer stops because there are too many ingredients inserted in it, press the REV(II)-O-ON(I) button in this order, switching back and forth 2 to 3 times.
  • If the juicer stops due to the overload protection, let the juicer cool for 30 minutes to 2 hours before juicing again.

This is normal. This happens while juicing hard ingredients.

  • Check if the parts are assembled correctly. Try reassembling the parts and listen for the odd noise.
  • Do not start the juicer unless there are ingredients and/or liquid in it.
  • If the juicer is operated without ingredients or liquid, the noise level can increase and can also lead to damage.
  • The friction noise from the pressure auger and the filter will disappear when ingredients are inserted into the juicer.

The auger and the filter are set up to crush and squeeze the ingredients. It is normal for the auger and the filter to vibrate.

  • If the ingredient contains strong fibre, the vibration from the top-set may be stronger.

Depending on the ingredient, the juice may contain a lot of fine pulp.

  • To reduce the fine pulp, clean the top-set (without main unit) frequently and extract the pulp.
  • Use a mesh filter and put the juice through it to collect the unwanted pulp.
  • The lifetime of each part may vary depending on length and method of use and ingredients extracted.
  • If too many ingredients are inserted at the same time, it may cause the juicer to stop frequently. This can lead to pulpy juice. Insert the ingredients slowly and few pieces at a time.

Make sure the pressure auger is pushed all the way into the filter in order for the hopper to close properly.

  • If the pressure auger is not inserted properly, the hopper may not close.

Depending on the consistency of the ingredients, the extracted juice may show layers of different juices. It is different from separation due to oxidation caused by juicing with a high-speed juicer.

After juicing, let the juicer operate for another 30 seconds to extract the remaining pulp. If there is too much pulp lid may not open. In this situation, press the REV(II)-ON(I) button in this order, switching back and forth 2 to 3 times.

  • Pour water down the feeding tube to rinse out the insides and then try opening the hopper.

After juicing, if the juicer is not cleaned right away, the remaining pulp inside the top-set can dry up which can make disassembling and cleaning hard. This can also affect the juicer's performance and color.

  • Ingredients that are rich in carotenoids such as carrots and spinach may dye the plastic parts. When the parts are dyed with carotenoids, rub vegetable oil into the dyed areas and use mild detergent to clean.
  • Vegetable oil should only be used during clean-up for parts that are discoloured. Do not use vegetable oil on the pressure auger or the filter. If vegetable oil or oil from animal fat gets on the pressure auger or the filter, this can affect the juicer's performance and may result in damanged parts.
  • The silicone pieces on the top-set can be detached to be thoroughly cleaned.

If the compression silicone on the bottom of the juicing bowl is not plugged in correctly, the juice may seep out on to the juicer base. Before assembling the parts, check and make sure the compression silicone is plugged in correctly.

USHA Nutripress CPJ 361S

Please check if the power plug is properly inserted into the main power supply.

  • Please check whether the assembly is done according to the guidelines.

  • Fruits or vegetables that were stored in the refrigerator for a long time must be soaked in clear water for at least 10 minutes before using them.
  • Different ingredients hold different amounts of fluid that will yield different amounts of juice.
  • Check if all parts are assembled correctly.
  • While juicing ingredients with small seeds, after a few servings, it may reduce the juice yield. For best result, disassemble and wash the top-set (without main unit) in between juicing.
  • If there is seed residue on the bottom of the filter, this can affect juicer performanceand the overall juice yield.

Check whether too much food is inserted into the juicer.

  • Check whether the food contains hard cores.
  • When the juicer stops because there are too many ingredients inserted in it, press the REV(II)-O-ON(I) button in this order, switching back and forth 2 to 3 times.
  • If the juicer stops due to the overload protection, let the juicer cool for 30 minutes to 2 hours before juicing again.

This is normal. This happens while juicing hard ingredients.

  • Check if the parts are assembled correctly. Try reassembling the parts and listen for the odd noise.
  • Do not start the juicer unless there are ingredients and/or liquid in it.
  • If the juicer is operated without ingredients or liquid, the noise level can increase and also can lead to damage.
  • The friction noise from the pressure auger and the filter will disappear when ingredients are inserted into the juicer.

The auger and the filter are set up to crush and squeeze the ingredients. It is normal for the auger and the filter to vibrate.

  • If the ingredient contains strong fibre, the vibration from the top-set may be stronger.

Depending on the ingredient, the juice may contain a lot of fine pulp.

  • To reduce the fine pulp, clean the top-set (without main unit) frequently and extract the pulp.
  • Use a mesh filter and put the juice through it to collect the unwanted pulp.
  • The lifetime of each part may vary depending on length and method of use and ingredients extracted.
  • If too many ingredients are inserted at the same time, it may cause the juicer to stop frequently. This can lead to pulpy juice. Insert the ingredients slowly and few pieces at a time.

Make sure the pressure auger is pushed all the way into the filter in order for the hopper to close properly.

  • If the pressure auger is not inserted properly, the hopper may not close.

Depending on the consistency of the ingredients, the extracted juice may show layers of different juices. It is different from separation due to oxidation caused by juicing with a high-speed juicer.

After juicing, let the juicer operate for another 30 seconds to extract the remaining pulp. If there is too much pulp lid may not open. In this situation, press the REV(II)-ON(I) button in this order, switching back and forth 2 to 3 times.

  • Pour water down the feeding tube to rinse out the insides and then try opening the hopper.

After juicing, if the juicer is not cleaned right away, the remaining pulp inside the top-set can dry up which can make disassembling and cleaning hard. This can also affect the juicer's performance and color.

  • Ingredients that are rich in carotenoids such as carrots and spinach may dye the plastic parts. When the parts are dyed with carotenoids, rub vegetable oil into the dyed areas and use mild detergent to clean.
  • Vegetable oil should only be used during clean-up for parts that are discoloured. Do not use vegetable oil on the pressure auger or the filter. If vegetable oil or oil from animal fat gets on the pressure auger or the filter, this can affect the juicer's performance and may result in damaged parts.
  • The silicone pieces on the top-set can be detached to be thoroughly cleaned.

If the compression silicone on the bottom of the juicing bowl is not plugged in correctly, the juice may seep out on to the juicer base. Before assembling the parts, check and make sure the compression silicone is plugged in correctly.