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How do I reassemble DCG4T burr grinder

I took the top part apart, unscrewed the plate with the springs and nibbles for cleaning the burr. Now I can't get it back together. What goes first into the holes of the plate: the springs I thought, although they don't go in. Can't find anything that tells me about the assembly.

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  • Antje Kersten Dec 10, 2012

    Thanks guys, just figured it out. It was the operator and not the machine.

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SOURCE: poured water in my delonghi magnifica beans hopper.

Have you tried grinding a few cups of uncooked rice through the mechanism to see if this will shift the dried on coffee grounds. It worked for a friend of mine after several attempts

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