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How often should you need to clean the bean grinder? We seem to be cleaning it every 3 days which seems excessive


No brand or model? Okay, general reasons why grinders clog up. Most common I've found is worn out burrs. The plates, depends on composition and usage. Metal plates last longer but not forever. If your grinding thousand pounds of beans don't expect it to last. I've seen massive grinders fail within a month. It all depends on two factors; How much and how fine. Large grind size will increase life and fine grinds wear the burrs out very fast. Especially Turkish settings. Fine grinds also generate a lot of heat. This can cook the coffee again and make it change in flavor. Heat also forces the oils in the bean to coat the burrs and make them dull out which causes more heat. Prolong grinding will also burn out motor.
* Worse case senario; Very oily beans ground to espresso fine. This is usually the case with 'local' roasters. Poor quality beans, extreme roasting (pushing the max on toasting limits), and extreme fine grinds for a particular roast. Fine grinding tends to work on dryer beans. Heavy moisture (under roasted or beans not aged enough to outgas and dry out) will gum up any grinder. Let your roaster know what your trying to do. Otherwise go with a name brand and correct bean for the flavor profile your looking for. Don't expect 5 star espresso from a cheap roast.
* Final, most likely worn burrs needs to be changed out. Off chance the motor is burnt out or starter capacitor needs replacement. If it is the motor or cap, then you need to review your grinding methods as grinder motors are usually tough enough to handle the range of grinds listed in the specs. burning the motor is a clear sign of abuse.
* Have your vendor look at the grinder. They will know right away what's wrong.
Aloha, ukeboy57

Apr 17, 2018 | Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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I have a saeco royal my machine is grinding beans but will not stop


Your question is not right.
Grinder stops on its own in 16 to 18 seconds (times out).
It may not be grinding beans an spinning free because the beans are not feeding.
You may have used oily beans or set the grind fineness at very fine powder like. This powder like fineness also clogs the grinder..
You need to clean the grinding chamber and the ground coffee outlet.

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/edward_bbd2c7ff4ee1828a

Dec 19, 2016 | Saeco Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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MESSAGE GROUNDS TO FINE


If the grounds are too fine the water will pool and not wash through the grinds which could lead to an over flow. Proper size grind is important. Use an alternative source fro grinding the coffee.

Feb 02, 2015 | DeLonghi Perfecta ESAM5500 Fully Automatic...

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Gaggia Titanium machine is not grinding fine anymore


sounds like you need to change the grinding burrs i had the same problem. if the blades are fine i think it might be the wheel that determined the grind see how you go. rember to unplug the machine before you open it.

Apr 08, 2013 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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I have a Krups burr grinder and I am wondering what setting I should use for the 800ESXL?


Hi,

Really, this is personnal, but first you have to acheive an adjustment that makes your coffee possible to extract. Start with the coarser you can and reduce gradually. Do it one portion at the time, don't grind a whole bag !
The result should be a light hazelnut crema color, deep foam without hole in it.
If the crema is light cream color, the grind is too coarse.
If the crema is dark, uneven or runny, the grind is too fine, or you are using a wrong type of coffee (like only robusta, go for 100% arabica), or it's not toasted properly.
If the water doesn't flow at all, your grind is too fine.
It should take not more than 20 seconds to extract the coffee, if it's very short, grind is too coarse, if it takes longer, the grind is too fine.

Good luck,

JF

Oct 09, 2009 | Breville Die Cast 800ESXL Espresso Machine

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My Barista Burr Coffee Grinder suddenly grinds too fine.


If it is any consolation, mine just did the same thing, now takes too long to grind and it is way to fine dispite a thorough cleaning by disassembly.

Jun 07, 2009 | Starbucks Barista Burr Grinder

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Mazzer luigi super jolly


Easiest way to set the grind on the super jolly is to remove the beans, turn towards fine until you can barely move the middle stem in the grind chamber, then turn towards course about 12-14 notches on the grinding adjuster(not numbers but notches between numbers). If you still cannot get a fine grind and it is not a brand new grinder replace burrs.

Feb 28, 2009 | Mazzer Coffee-grinder SUPER JOLLY Electric

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Rancilio grinder does not grind fine enough for espresso


After taking the top burr off several times and rescrewing it, I finally was able to exert enough force to get it to turn a couple of extra turns. Evidently there was some oil or coffee gunk (although I could see none) that snagged the bur. Now it appears to work as before.

This is a great, service by the way. Even the process of thinking through the problem so I could post it helped me solve it.

Nov 22, 2008 | Rancilio Rocky Espresso Coffee Grinder -...

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