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    Philips Support

    The pulp from my Philips juicer feels moist

    Published on 27 September 2022

    The wetness of the pulp depends on:

    • The consistency of the fruits and vegetables used
    • The amount of fiber (it can block the mesh holes of the sieve so that the juice flows into the pulp container instead of the jug)

    To prevent this:

    • Clean the sieve in between juicings
    • Insert the fruits or vegetables into the feeding tube slowly, piece by piece
    • Do not exert too much pressure on the pusher

    Note: Even if the pulp still feels a little wet, the juicer has already extracted the maximum out of the fruits or vegetables used. However, this is the case with all juice extractors.

    The information on this page applies to the following models: HR1889/71 , HR1922/21 , HR1858/50 , HR1897/31 , HR1855/31 , HR1836/00 , HR1832/00 , HR1830/03 , HR1811/71 , HR1855/00 , HR1847/00 , HR1823/70 , HR1865/00 , HR1821/70 , HR1858/55 , HR1810/70 , HR1843/55 , HR1858/00 , HR1861/00 , HR1841/80 , HR1851/00 , HR1821/10 , HR1843/00 . Click here to show more product numbers Click here to show less product numbers

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