Out of 12 Ratings

Owner's of the Breville Juicer JUICE FOUNTAINTM PLUS gave it a score of 3.8 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    3.75 out of 5
  • Durability

    3.75 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    3.67 out of 5
  • Performance

    3.75 out of 5
  • Ease of Use

    3.83 out of 5
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Apples High
Apricots (stone removed) Low
Beet (trimmed) High
Blueberries Low
Broccoli Low
Brussels sprouts (trimmed) High
Cabbage Low
Carrots High
Cauliflower Low
Celery High
Cucumber (peeled) Low
Cucumber, soft skinned High
Fennel High
Grapes (seedless) Low
Kiwi Fruit (peeled) Low
Mangoes (peeled, stone removed) Low
Melons (peeled) Low
Nectarines (stone removed) Low
Oranges (peeled) High or Low
Peaches (stone removed) Low
Pears (stalks removed) High for hard or
Low for soft
Pineapple (peeled) High
Plums (stone removed) Low
Raspberries Low
Tomatoes Low
Watermelon (peeled) Low
4. With the motor running,place food
into the feed chute. Using the food
pusher,gently guide food down the feed
chute. To extract the maximum amount
of juice, always push the food pusher
down slowly.
fig. 1
Electronic Protection
The Juice Fountain will
automatically stop operating if
the motor is stalled. This is an
electronic safety feature. Either too
much food is being processed at
one time or the pieces are not small
enough. Try trimming food, cutting
food into smaller pieces or even
size and/or processing a smaller
amount per batch.
If this occurs, the Overload
Protection LED will flash red. To
continue juicing, turn the juicer OFF,
unplug from the power outlet and
clear the feed chute. Once the feed
chute has been cleared, plug the
power cord into the power outlet
and resume juicing.
5. Juice will flow into the juice jug and the
separated pulp will accumulate in the
pulp container.
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