Get ready to embark on a juicy journey, your Ventray Ginnie is ready to serve you.

Before we dive into the juicy goodness, let’s take a moment to breeze through this user manual. It's filled with safety tidbits and an operational guide that'll make your juicing experience smooth as a freshly squeezed orange. 

Oh, and don't forget to find a nice, level spot for your juicer to chill. Balance is key! And just like you like your juice fresh, your juicer likes to start off clean. So give it a quick rinse before its inaugural run, and remember to give it some love and clean it up after EVERY juicing adventure.


  1. Please check the voltage (110V - 120V 50/60HZ) before use.
  2. This product is for indoor use only, do not use it outdoors or for any other unintended purpose.
  3. Please use this product according to the instructions provided and do not use it for any other purpose.
  4. To prevent the risk of electric shock, do not immerse the main unit, power cord, or plug in water.
  5. This product is not a toy. When using this product near children, provide appropriate supervision.
  6. To prevent electric shock and other hazards, unplug the product when not in use or before cleaning by removing parts.
  7. The continuous usage time of this product should be controlled within 20 minutes.
  8. During operation, do not run the device without a load or overload it.
  9. Do not touch or remove any parts of the product while it is in operation.
  10. Do not place the product near flammable materials or cooking stoves.
  11. Use the product on a stable surface.
  12. Do not allow the power cord to hang loosely on one side or corner.
  13. When unplugging, grasp the plug and do not pull it out by pulling the cord.
  14. In case of malfunction, damaged plug, or power cord, please stop using this product immediately. Do not attempt to disassemble or repair it yourself. Notify the company's service center for inspection and repair.
  15. This product is designed for users who are physically capable, have quick reactions, and possess the necessary experience and knowledge. If you fall outside these criteria, including children, we strongly recommend seeking guidance or assistance from responsible individuals to ensure your safety.


Slow Juicer
 MODEL Ginnie Juicer
 VOLTAGE 110V - 120V 50/60HZ
 JUICE CUP CAPACITY                 400ML
 PULP CUP CAPACITY                 370ML
 SIZE 122 x 102 x 302MM / 4.80 x 4.02 x 11.89IN
WEIGHT 1.02KG / 2.25LBS






STEP 1: Check.

  • Make sure all parts are installed in the correct position.
  • Make sure the switch is in the "O" position.
  • Make sure the electricity supply is 110V~50Hz.


STEP 2: Prepare the ingredients.

  • Remove hard seeds or pits from the ingredients.
  • Cut them into strips measuring up to 5cm x 2cm or cubes up to 3cm x 3cm.


This juicer is not suitable for juicing the following vegetables and fruits:

Vegetables that are very hard or have a high fiber content, such as sugarcanewheatgrass,etc.

Fruits that are very sticky, such as avocado, banana, figs, mango, papaya, dragon fruit, bayberry, etc., can clog the juicer's mesh filter.


STEP 3: Plug the power cord into a grounded wall outlet.

  • Do not touch the power cord with wet hands.
  • Do not remove the ground.
  • Do not use an adapter or extension cord.


STEP 4: Turn on the juicer by setting the switch to the "-" position.


STEP 5: Place the prepared ingredients into the feeding tube.

  • Push the ingredients down with the pusher only. Using fingers 🫰, spoons🥄 , chopsticks🥢 , fork🍴 , knife🔪 or any other foreign objects👾  is strictly prohibited.


  1. To juice multiple ingredients, start with the harder ones before the softer ones.
  2. After adding the last ingredient, let the machine run for another 30 seconds.
  3. While juicing, keep the smart cap closed until a certain amount of juice is extracted, and then open it.


STEP 6: Turn off the juicer by setting the switch to the "O" position once all the juice and pulp have been extracted.


  1. Do not operate the juicer for more than 20 minutes continuously.
  2. If the juicer overheats, it will automatically turn off for safety. To resolve this, switch the juicer off ("O" position) and let it cool down for 15 minutes before restarting.



STEP 7: Wash the disassembled parts with clean water. If there is a pulp blockage, use the cleaning brush provided to remove it.


  1. To clean the juicer, make sure it is switched off and unplugged before taking it apart.
  2. To clean the main body, avoid submerging it in water. Instead, gently wipe the surface with a slightly damp and soft cloth.
  3. To maintain optimal performance, promptly wash the parts after each use to prevent residue from sticking and hindering disassembly.
  4. To clean, avoid wire brushes, abrasive or sharp objects. Also, do not use water above 40°C.




  1. Follow the provided cleaning instructions to properly clean the juicer.
  2. Ensure that all components of the juicer are thoroughly dried before storing.
  3. Store the juicer and its accessories in a cool and dry location.
  4. Keep the juicer away from children's reach as a safety precaution.






Do not add ice cube, or frozen fruit.

Oh, my goodness, those ice cubes are ridiculously solid! They could totally hurt your beloved Ginnie.

Prohibition of dehydrating food and hard ingredients.

Wouldn’t make sense to JUICE dehydrated food, or frozen food right, I mean there’s no juice in those ingredients. And hard solid dried food can damage your Ginnie Juicer.

Cut coarse fiber ingredients into pieces measuring 5-10cm in length.

Those dreadfully lengthy fibers have a knack for getting all tangled up, making processing an absolute nightmare and causing Ginnie to suffer juice-extraction woes or even worse, damage!

Fruits with pits must be pitted before use.

Oh my, the minuscule fruit pit has the power to unleash chaos upon dear Ginnie!

Strictly prohibit using anything other than the pusher to push ingredients.

If you dare to employ any other objects to nudge those ingredients, you'll be flirting with disaster and courting some serious mechanical mayhem! And trust me, Ginnie will be utterly heartbroken by such a calamity!

The machine should not operate continuously for an extended period of time; the duration should not exceed 20 minutes.

Too many work hours make the motor go haywire, like a wacky dance party that wrecks it!

Do not reinsert fruit pulp that has already been squeezed back into the juicer.

Ginnie will turn into a pulp factory gone bonkers when fruit residue decides to party in her innards.


Do not use fruits soaked in alcohol, honey, white sugar, or similar substances.

That squishy feeling would make Ginnie feel so uncomfortable, and you know what? Its feeding tube assembly might just go strike!

Do not insert spoons, chopsticks, or any other utensils into the feeding tube, juice spout, or pulp spout.

It will make Ginnie cry and unleash total chaos!

It is best to drink right away after juicing.

Sip that juice pronto! It's like a ticking time bomb of oxidation, so don't let it linger!

During the juice extraction process, the machine produces frictional noise, which is considered a normal occurrence.

As fruits meet the juicing bowl, they engage in a whimsical squeaky symphony, adding melody to the extraction process.

During the juice extraction process, slight deformation of the juicing bowl may occur, which is considered a normal phenomenon.

As Ginnie juices, the juicing bowl's like, "Whoa, these produces are huge!" But don't freak out! It's all good. When Ginnie takes a break, it bounces back like a veggie-bouncy castle!






The running machine suddenly stopped (Oh-NOOOO)😭

You must have overloaded the juicer with too many fruits and vegetables at once. Keep it balanced and flowing smoothly for the best results

Time to work our magic! Switch that juicer to the "R" position right away. This way, the ingredients can gracefully make their way back up. If Ginnie still needs a little extra love, no worries! Repeat this action three times, and if it still doesn't feel like juicing royalty, let's give it some spa treatment. Follow the "CLEANING" steps to pamper our adorable machine before it's back in action, ready to create juice wonders once again.

Did someone get lazy, and  forgot to cut up the ingredients before feeding into Ginnie?

So, you see, Ginnie loves its snacks, but it prefers them in smaller, more manageable sizes. Hard veggies and fruits, like carrots, need a little extra love. Give them a nice chop into thin strips or small cubes before sending them down the chute, and Ginnie will be thrilled!

The juice yield is insufficient, or the juice leaks from the main body. (Good heavens, what's happening)😱

The juicing bowl and the silicone stopper have not been properly installed.

Ah, gotta give them a little nudge. Just follow the assembly steps and give those mischievous parts a proper reinstallation. They just need a little reminder of where they belong.

Abnormal noise (Uh-oh, what's that about?)🥺

The part causes a squishing sound during extrusion.

Looks like Ginnie gets a bit too excited while doing its thing and starts giving fruits and veggies a tight squeeze. No need to fret. You can still use it with confidence and keep juicing away. It's like Ginnie's way of saying, "Let's get this juicing party started!"

Uh-oh, the feeding tube assembly cannot be opened.😲

Too much pulp in the juicing bowl!

Let's switch that juicer to the "R" position. That's the secret code to let the pulp flow out and make some room for more deliciousness.

A hard object, such as a fruit pit, is stuck in the juicer bowl.

Switch Ginnie to the "R" position, and watch as those mischievous hard objects find their way back to the feeding tube.

Excessive residue clogs the feeding tube and juicing bowl.

Whoops, looks like Ginnie's got a stubborn food party going on. Easy fix guys! Just flood the tube and bowl with water, and let it chill overnight - they'll lose their stickiness by morning. (Ginnie’s body should stay clear from the sink)

Containers and accessories are dyed after use (very normal!)🤗

The containers and accessories are prone to staining due to the specific natural pigments in fruits and vegetables.

That's just the natural shades from our lovely fruits and veggies leaving their mark. Totally normal and just part of the juicy journey!

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