Omega Juicer Parts
Whenever you consider the purchase of a major kitchen appliance, the availability of replacement parts and accessories should always a concern, and that certainly applies to juicers. Fortunately, Omega Products has streamlined the process of identifying the correct part and made ordering parts a breeze. Omega’s official website can be found here and on the top tool bar you will find a tab called “Parts and Accessories.” When you click this tab a dropdown menu will ask you which of the three types of juicer you need a part for. Full pages of Omega juicer parts will then be displayed, with a large, clear photo of each, specifying part name and model number. Omega understands that most juicer owners will not know part names, and has provided photos and model numbers to make replacing parts virtually foolproof.
The official Omega website includes replacement parts for all seventeen currently active juicers, so if your juicer is still being sold Omega will definitely have your part. If you have an older Omega juicer, or if the part you need is missing from the on-line catalog for any reason, there are also dozens of online stores that sell replacement parts, and a Google search will likely find your part.
To give you an idea of what is Omega juicer parts are available on the Omega website, I have compiled a partial list below of replacement parts for masticating Omega juicers:
1) The first part pictured in the on-line catalog is the white augur. This is probably the most expensive part to replace, at $40,
2) Many consumers ask if the catch basket inside the unit can be replaced. In the online catalog this part is called the juicing screen, and its purpose is to separate the juice from the pulp. Replacing this hard-working part costs $29 for the regular variant screen.
3) The internal drum used to guide the fruits and vegetables into the main masticating area can be replaced for $24, and the same part works for Models 8003,8004, 8005, and 8006,
4) The large plastic component at the top of masticating juices is called the “hopper.” If you somehow damage your hopper, you can buy a new one for $22, and,
5) If your juicer’s drum cap has become cracked or has loose threads, you can replace it with a brand new one for just $12, and you can replace your plastic funnel for just $5.
If you have an Omega and your juicer is older and no longer actively marketed, then finding Omega juicer parts could be more problematic. You might have reached the point where you should consider replacing your unit with a newer model with upgraded features. In that event we recommend you take a look at Omega’s newest release, the Omega J8006 masticating juicer. This great new product combines the best features of juicing and food processing into one “do-it-all” unit. Because it masticates instead of centrifuging your fruits and veggies, it makes juices that are both more nutritional and longer lasting. And the best part of all is that the 8006 comes with 15 year warranty, ensuring that it will be a long time before you worry about replacement parts.