Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
The machine smells like burning electronics when the grinder turns on but it still works fine. I'm about to open the case and run the grinder in test mode. Is there anything specific I should check?
The smell of burning electronics is never a good sign but if you are luck it may simply be a slight overheating issue that can be resolved by using compressed air to blow out all the dust and other foreign matter that has accumulated on the internal electronics of this device but be careful opening it up proceed slowly and have plenty of bright lighting do you can see what you are doing
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