included in your Natural Processor #1102
1. (From l-r) Juicer
body, juicing screw, strainer, strainer cap, juicer end nozzle. All
in order of assembly.
2. Five pasta and
noodle end nozzles. Large and small flat noodles (l). Large and small
round noodles (r). Square hole noodles.
strainer (l) and juice strainer (r).
4. (From l) #1 Nut
butter nozzle for grinding nuts, seeds; #2 Custard nozzle for frozen
fruit ice creams, sprouted grains, tough vegetables; #3 (with green
washer) juice nozzle for fruit, vegetable and wheatgrass juice.
(l), Pusher (r).
6. Motor Body of your
catch bowl (l), pulp catch bowl (r).
Wash all juicing parts (except the motor body) before first use.
1. Insert the juicing screw into the juicer body.
2. Then, add the: a. Juice strainer (or blank strainer) b. The strainer
cap. Tighten it by turning it to the left or counter-clockwise. c. Finally,
add the juicing end nozzle (the one with the green washer) or any of
the other seven end nozzles depending on whether you are making juice,
nut butter, or pasta. Tighten by again turning left or counter-clockwise.
3. Set the motor body on your counter. Make sure the power cord is unplugged
during assembly. a. Insert the juicer body and its gear shaft into the
motor body. Then lock the juicer body by turning the locking nut clockwise.
4. Insert the hopper onto the top of the juicer body chute and slide
both the juice (small) and the pulp (bigger) catch bowls underneath
the juicer body. The juice catch bowl sits closest to the motor. Now
you are ready to begin pumping the vegetables into the juicer. Follow
the tips for juicing on pages 5, 7, & 9 of your manual.