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CBM205S - Black & Decker Coffee Grinder

I put in the beans on top, then nothing, the on off button doesn't work at all.

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  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2008

    I have only ground 3 cups of coffee and all of the sudden it does not work when I press the button. Everything is secure, but nothing happens... not even a sound.

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Make sure the top cover is depresed fully. There's a safety switch underneath it.

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