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Was great for several years, but no longer grinds well

Are replacement burrs available?

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The best news is that the model is still on sale. http://www.starbucks.com nothing online about new burrs specifically but i am sure they will supply If you require a machine part, operational assistance or maintenance hints, please contact Warranty Services at 1-800-334-5553. Hope this helps :)

Posted on Mar 17, 2007

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