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I have an el60 grinder..I was able to pry the plastic part of burr off but can't put it back on?

I am afraid i will break it if I put too much pressure on it

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Here is a link about a person who had a similar issue.It doesn't answer your question yet but I am searching.When we were looking for a coffee maker last year,I think at BB&B they said that DeLonghi makes all Starbuck's coffee machines.We were disappointed with the DeLonghi.I am checking around to see who makes it though,and possibly an image so I can see better what you mentioned.Greg Will reply again when I find something more.

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I think when you fix the front burr then you need to loose the middle screw. Then it will fix easily.
But don't run it right away.gently tighten the screw and tight until you feel some tightness .Then start the grinder and tighten or loose it according to your grinding specification
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SOURCE: This is the part of my el60 Starbucks coffee grinder that I was able to pry out but can't get it back in. Any suggestions?

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