- Joined Oct 13, 2010
I totally agree. If you can I would try to get a refund and buy another brand. If you cant I would look for a oring with the thickness of about 3/16ths of an inch in diameter and little smaller in length than the diameter of the round plate. Take the round plate to your local machine shop and have them cut a groove for the oring. I say 3/16th thick of an oring because it doesnt look like you have much there to take out without going all the way through the round pusher plate .More than likely with the cost of the machining your probable better off buying a new one or go buy some cheese cloth place it under and around the sides of the plate and then stuff. You can add more layers of cheese cloth to het the sides to seal so the meat doesnt oove back.....That's weird, that must be the new design they were talking about? That makes no sense.
It's worth a shot, It doesn't look abused so it should unscrew.This may sound stupid but are you turning it the correct way I believe it may be left handed threads.
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