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HOW DO I PUT THE GRINDER BACK TOGETHER

My grinder stopped grinding after a few seconds.I tipped it upside down and 2 parts fell out of the middle. I dont know how to correctly put it back together again. Should even more parts come out to clean it? Is there a bean stuck someplace?

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This might be it. On the bean container there is a white dart and the word 'align'. The same dart and word appear on the top of the grinder. Align the two darts and the bean container should drop right in.

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Only way to know for sure is by taking it completely apart and expose all the internal parts
Popping is not a good sign If it is electrical arcing you are playing with fire
or electrocution
If you are mechanically inclined they are not that hard to take apart as long as they have no security screws on it and you have to remember you might be voiding your warranty
But it is fun taking things apart No?

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My grinder takes 3 times longer to grind now and makes a grating sound.. have emptied out all beans and taped out machine with no luck. cant access blades to clean... started 2 days ago. owned for 2 yrs


Here is something maybe you can try. Of course I know what your problem is, its caked up and dirty from the oil of the beans, over a period of time they form like guey mess. You were on the right path by emptying the bean and shaking it. If this grinder has different setting from maximum course to finest. I am sure it does, remember what mark it was on, write that down. Then put the grind setting on the maximum setting, what that will do is open up the blades, ( unplug machine for safety) so there no so close and then try and us a pipe cleaner, and get down best you can, then shake machine upside down again. Before you put grinder back on the mark you originally had it, turn machine back on and let it try and run with blades set at maximum setting. That will help throw some of that junk out, then turn upside down again and shake, even can use a shop vac and **** some of it out. then dry and put setting back to original setting and see if it works. I hope this helps, let me know by rating my advice. Thanks Mike

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My super jolly mazzer grinder is switching off after only a few seconds grinding. used to grind continuously for however long i needed, now i have to turn it on 4-5 times just to get enough for one shot! ...


Most grinders, especially the larger professional models will eventually need to have the grinding wheels (set of 2) changed out. They do wear down. The grinder will struggle as the burrs on the wheel dull out. This increases the time it takes to grind coffee and puts a heavy electrical load. Burnt out switches, tripping breaker, overheating, and burnt coffee grounds on espresso size are all symptoms of a worn burr set.
It's common to find; stones, nails, jewelry, and small loose things found around coffee counters in the grinding wheels or burrs. Have a qualified operator remove all beans and hopper to check and brush out burr set. This should be done every day.
Another cause is very oily beans. Sometimes poorly roasted beans come out extremely oily which will gum up everything from the burrs, Moving parts, and electrical components. Disassembly of entire machines may be necessary.
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The tip on one side of the grinder blade has broken off...the machine runs well and has not had a lot of use. Can the blade be replaced; if so, how, and how much? SmartGrind CBG5.


I have two different coffee grinders and if it is just the tip of one side of the blades you can continue using it, if there is a large portion that is broken I'm not sure of that model. Hint: check to see if the part is still in the grinder set the grinder for the most coarse grind, don't turn it on, shake it upside down to see if the broken potion is still in the grinder. If you find nothing use the grinder unless the performance is less than you like.

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My grinder just stopped grinding... turned it on, heard a "Chunk" sort of sound and it stopped grinding. Timer works and light comes on but no grinding. I also cannot unscrew the top portion to look and...


  • DIAGNOSIS

  • it can be too tight stringed at burrs
  • some stone or metal part with coffee went between burs
  • IF IT IS AUTOMATIC, it can be one of 2 micro-switches or main relay, in this case you have power but only to middle of way.
SOLUTIONS

  1. Release the burrs, grind one amount coffee with bigger granulation than go back again carefully.
  2. Disassemble the upper burr holder and clean carefully, all coffee and remains put in one plate, inspect with magnet, hand and than put all that in water. (heavy parts fell down fast in water)
  3. Check the switches and relay:
  • Upper micro-switch has an plate and one box where it is( box might be full of coffee or the plate blocked and giving the signal of full doser every time)
  • Lower micro-switch should activate every 6th pull of doser(he is below in mechanism of doser)
  • Relay gets power from micro-switches when they command. even we switch on if the commandsof micro-switch says off than relay will not obey us.

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Cleaned the Solis Maestro grinder and re set it to a fine espresso setting but the grind is coming out very course. What should i do?


Hi Your burr is not locked in. You need to remove the beans from the hopper. Remove the hopper. Remove the burr. Turn the grinder upside down over the trash can. Put the burr back in only make sure that the burr is down. Install the bean hopper and when you turn the bean hopper it should move the burr. Then you can adjust your grind. Make sure that the grinder is running is your going to a finer grind or you could break the grinder. You can turn it to a coarse grind any time.

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Oily beans seem to have clogged our coffee grinder up. What can we do?


Rotate the bean hopper counter clockwise until it stops. Lift it off. Remove the outer burr with the 2 wings and clean under the burr. Clean the opening going to the chute for ground coffee(inside where the burr was).
Install the outer burr. Install the bean hopper. Rotate the bean hopper to the French press grind (coarsest) and operate the grinder. This will clean the burrs and the passages. If it starts to clog, repeat the last part to clean the burrs and passage. It must be grinding to go to a finer setting, but you can go to a coarser setting any time. Another thing. Turn the grinder upside down (empty) and rotate the bean hopper back and forth to clean the threads of the adjusting burr..

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How can I ajust my machine the coffee is coming out weak and watery I don't get that creamy,strong coffee anymore


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There are more than a few things that can cause weak coffee.
Grind is too coarse. It should look like coarse sugar.
You cleaned the brew unit and left a part out or put it in incorrectly.
Grind adjustment is set too high. Turn to a lower # while the grinder is operating.
Grinder is been taken apart and not put back together correctly.
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Check all 3 wires that connect to the grinder and make sure they are making contact.

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mazzers have 3 springs in grinder body, each one support for upper burr holder. check for them , if it is not the case than consider that the spring could come with coffee. often we see stones and metal parts geting between burrs.
clean it again and look good for 3 springs , if they are in their place, close the burrs to finest than go back for half of circle and grind coffee.

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