Question about Krups 203 Grinder
There are no obvious beans or other material jamming it. There doesn't appear to be any rust formations on the blades or other parts. It's as if the motor is seizing up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Won't Grind without shaking it!
Sound like it's choked up with grounds and oil. Burrs may also be blunt. U need to dismantle and clean/ check burrs, passages and body. If you can see "flats" on the burrs or they feel not sharp when you check with finger, they should be replaced.
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
First, unlock and unscrew the upper burr carrier. Clean and check the upper burr by gently running your finger over the teeth in the cutting direction. It shoild feel moderately sharp. If it feels very blunt, look at the teeth under a good light. If you see a substantial "flat spot" at the top of the teeth, probably the burr set will need replacement.
For the bottom burr, clean carefully its teeth, and the entire area in which it is housed. Include the outlet orofice as well. You may find a lot of oily deposits within here, so just clean them off as best as possible.
When all is clean, insert the top burr holder back in place. Screw it down until both burrs touch, then back it off (say) 1/4 turn, and lock.
Put some beans in the top, and switch on. Adjust the top burr until the desired grind is obtained.
The ground coffee should feel like a coarse sand when close to the desired grind size.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
Also found a limit switch which i think is thermal so once removed the grinder is operational again!
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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Here is the url for Krups online parts. Happy caffeination:)
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
There are four little opening on the bottom through which you can see the clips. To get to the clips insert a screwdriver on the side and push one the clips inwards. Simultaneously, pull the bottom out. Repeat for other three clips. The process is not easy, I broke two of the clips. However, bottom seemed to go back on ok.
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
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