Grinder will not run. I have tried unplugging the fixture. Problem occurred when I ground too much coffee, which filled the container to the hole where the ground coffee exits the grinder. Is there a reset button? Other solutions? THX
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Empty the grinder and see if it will run with no coffee bean in it. Some times debris will get caught in the grinder because it got mixed with the beans from the factory. If it runs your good to go. If not then the mother connection are not solid and it will run off and on at will.
1 take the bell(bean container) carefully out.
2 disassemble the upper holder of burr
3 you will see now the burrs, clean good coffee remains than disassemble the burrs
4 after disassembling burrs clean good the lower and upper burr holder.
5 carefully switch on the grinder tan switch off(few seconds) during lower plate is rolling touch with marker the surface of burr holder very softly, if it is ok you will have complete circle / if it is deformed you will have incomplete circle( that you must compensate with letter tape ) after each correction you mark the burr with marker to see did you achieved perfect result.
once you have lower burr in place you screw bolts in upper bur holder and assemble it back in his place.
Had this problem with my burr grinder, coffee (or something else) is clogged between the burrs and the output chute, so new coffee can't feed in from above. You can try a few things:
1. Unplug and try to dislodge the blockage from underneath with a toothpick. 2. Disassemble and remove the blockage. 3. I've had luck with drizzling a little bit of cooking oil on to the burrs,letting it soak in a while, then running it, the clumped coffee came loose. It made a terrible mess in the bin, but I ran a couple cups of beans through and it cleaned up the oil.
You'll need to remove the hopper and grind out all the beans. Then, with the lock tab depressed (if it has one), unscrew the grind adjusting collar out of the body. Once it's out, there are three screws (sometimes only two) holding each burr. Remove screws and separate the burrs. Clean away! Be very careful putting it back together so that you don't cross-thread the collar into the body. Clean threads can help this. Good luck!