Out of 7 Ratings

Owner's of the Breville Juicer BJE820XL gave it a score of 4.6 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    4.57 out of 5
  • Durability

    4.57 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    4.67 out of 5
  • Performance

    4.57 out of 5
  • Ease of Use

    4.43 out of 5
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Excess pulp building
up in the nesh of the
Juice Disc
Stop the juicing process. Remove the juicer •
cover and scrape off the pulp. Re-assemble and
begin juicing again. Try alternating (soft and hard)
vegetable and fruit varieties.
Pulp too wet and
reduced extracted juice
Try a slower juicing action. Remove Juice Disc •
(refer page 23, steps 1 - 8) and thoroughly clean
mesh walls with a fine brush. Rinse Juice Disc
under hot water. If the mesh holes are blocked,
soak the Juice Disc in a solution of hot water with
10% lemon juice to unblock the holes or wash
in the dishwasher. This will remove excess fiber
build up (from fruit or vegetables) which could be
inhibiting the juice flow.
Juice leaks between
the rim of the Juicer
Cover and the Filter
Bowl Surround
Try a slower juicing action by pushing the food •
pusher down more slowly (refer page 14, step
5&6). Fruit and vegetables with a high water
content (tomatoes and watermelon) should be
juiced on low speed.
Juice sprays out too
fast from Juice Spout
Try a slower juicing action by pushing the food •
pusher down more slowly.
When using Puree
Extractor the Filter
Bowl Surround
becomes full and clogs
the spout on the Filter
Bowl Surround.
Try using fruits with more water content to help •
flush through the contents. Additionally, try a
slower juicing action by feeding one piece in at a
time and by pushing the food pusher down more