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When squeezed, the pulp mushes and gets a few drops out, is it normal ?

Juicing: When Squeezed, The Pulp Mushes and Gets a few drops out. Normal for all juicers ? Or defect? I got a breville juicer which is actually extracting a ton of juice out of my vegetables. Yet when I take the pulp and squeeze firmly It turns to much and a few drops come out. Is this normal for all juicers or do others have perfectly dry non-mushy pulp with not a drop in it? Thanks!
Wed, 9 Dec 2009
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normal and working just fine.

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