I've found the easiest way to clean my juicer is to use a plastic shopping bag in the cup that catches the "grindings" to save or freeze for baking. Then I take apart the juicer and rinse every part with warm water using a veggie brush immediately after using. Otherwise the debris will dry and harden and stick to juicer.
Then it's optional whether to use just a sink of soapy warm water to wash or to stick parts (not motor) in the dishwasher, top rack preferably.Simple and quick!
Source: Some of these tips can be found on the Jack-La-Laine tutorial web-site, a great help!
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My Breville juicer wire basket is clogged up. I use it every day for carrot/celery/parsley and clean it but there is obvious build up and the children have used it without cleaning it straight away a couple of times. The juice is now leaking out the sides. I have tried lemon juice and hot water without success. Any constructive suggestions would be appreciated.