Question about Saeco Titan GT1 Burr Grinder
Hi, I think I foreced the knob on my grinder or turned it the wrong way. Since, the time seems to stay on all the time until I unplug it. I think I broke the cleock switch. Can anyone tell me if that is the problem and where i can find a part to replace it? Thanks! Julie
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: saeco vienna superautomatica
oily coffee residue on the grinder prevent the bean from going down be carefull push coffee down in the grinder with anything except our finger by forcing coffee down will making expresso it should grind if it does remove the coffee cointainer little star screw driver after removing the container inside the grinder where the coffee go down you gonna see a steel piece the coffee goes down the slot remove the old coffee residue on that part clean it good with a tooth brusch or somrthing like that put back without old coffee stuck on the grinder you gonna see the coffee gonna go down in the feeder cheers and if it help you dont forget to rate this cheers
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
To start off with, you should not change the big knob unless the grinder is operating at the time.
Set the small knob to the middle position. You can move this any time. Move towards the + mark to strengthen the coffee, but never all the way to the full +.
Set the big knob to the #8 to start off with. Move it 1 # smaller to make the coffee stronger but be careful not to get it to fine as you will clog the grinder and you will have to take it apart to clean. If you ever get an out of beans light, but there are beans in the hopper, open the knob to #16 for 1 cycle, then turn it back down to a # 1 larger than you had before and leave it unless you get the message again. Shiny beans call for a coarser grind than a dull bean because of the oils in the coffee bean. Oils will cause the grinds to stick together and cause clogs faster than beans that have less oil.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
Try this remove all the beans using a vac cleaner, then turn to lowest-finest number, then remove screws on grinder lift chamber and turn knob to coarsest setting and reassemble and try machine, remember to adjust grind when machine is grinding.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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