Installing Kitchen Aid Citrus Juicer

What to make some fresh lemonade? Perhaps some orange juice?

The kitchen-aid citrus juicer is a great way to achieve this desire.

The next few steps will show you how to install it.

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Step 1: Prepping the Machine

Start by loosening the kitchen-aid accessories port plug screw, and removing the plug.

Step 2: Frame Installation

Take the frame of the juicer, and install it into the accessories port.

Do this by inserting the frame and twisting it until the notch lines up.

Step 3: Locking in Place

Tighten the accessory locking screw to hold the frame in place.

Be careful not to over tighten or the frame can be damaged.

Step 4: Install the Juicer Drive Shaft

Take the juicer drive shaft and insert in into the drive port. Rotate clockwise until it inserts fully into the machine.

Step 5: Pulp Tray

Install the pulp tray by placing the widest side in first, and sliding down until it is sitting on the ledge.

Your machine is now ready to Juice!

Run it on the speed setting of 4 when juicing.

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