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Its been a while since i worked on a grind master so have a little patience with me. First, if the breaker went then there might be something blocking the burr chamber like a rock or screw or other obstruction. Second I would check the micro switch for the bag holder if there is one on your model using an ohms meter.
You could connect the wires of the switch together inside and bypass the switch. Then I would connect in the power cable a switch rated for 1 hp. You can use surface mount electrical box, with two cable connectors (one for the cable going into the grinder, the other for the cable going to the male cord end of the cable. Install a 120 volt switch inside the box (similar to the light switch in the wall). Make sure that the switch is rated for 1 hp. I would install the switch under the bench, under the grinder.
Hi Remove bean hopper Remove grounds hopper Remove timer knob on the side Turn the grinder upside down There are 4 slits on the outside edge. Insert a screw driver into the grove and pry gently outward with a little downward pressure on the outside until the side slips a bit. Repeat on all 4 slits and the shell should slide off.
There is a fuse on the side of the motor that will blow and stop the
motor. It is a thermal fuse and should be replaced by a qualified tech.
check the mechanism is not blocked, undo the screws at the front. Remove the baseplate, there is a 1.25 a fuse attached to it under a black plastic cover. If neither of these thing work, is there a burning smell?
Could be the motor. I imagine it is just the fuse.
Hi Remove bean hopper Remove grounds hopper Remove timer knob on the side Turn the grinder upside down There are 4 slits on the outside edge. Insert a screw driver into the **** and pry gently outward with a little downward pressure on the outside until the side slips a bit. Repeat on all 4 slits and the shell should slide off. There is a fuse on the side of the motor that will blow and stop the motor. It is a thermal fuse and should be replaced by a qualified tech.
I just bought a brand new unit and as recommended I unscrewed the top bean hopper and the coffee ground container-cleaned and wiped.After that I screwed back everything and tried to grind some beans.The timer was ticking away but the grinder just refused to start.I switched off the main and unscrewed the hopper and carefully screwed it back.Halfway through,I noticed and felt that you must balanced and screwed it with a smooth movement until the the whole piece is in place.The grinder just started without a hitch.This grinder has a protection circuit whereby if any part is not properly installed it will not start.
This is most likely a thermo overload, and can be replaced, make sure that there is no short circut before replacing it, as it will only blow again if there is a short. This part can be purchased at any Radio Shack store.
Open the grinder by removing both knobs. The front knob is held in place by friction. Use two flat head screwdrivers to pry it off. The side knob is held in by tabs you have to push. Pry forward to expose the tab, and use another screwdriver to press the tab, and use the other screwdriver to press the tab on the other side. Now look at the bottom of the grinder. There are four tabs on the outer shell, use screwdriver s to pry the tabs to separate the bottom of the grinder from the shell, and pull off the shell. Your fuse should be attached to the motor wiring coil.