Question about Bodum 's C-MILL electric blade coffee grinder in matt chrome
Its a fault with these machines. The blade is fixed on a plastic mounting (the black hemisphere you can see on top of the blade) and this seems to wear quite quickly. So the blade is not fixed to the shaft! To fix - you have to access the end of the motor shaft. To do this, pull the base out as far as it goes(15-20mm) insert a flat screwdriver into the barbed flaps on the central plastic shaft and push gently to release (not the easiest of jobs!) once released you should see the end of the motor shaft with a flat slot. Now, you can unscrew the capping nut holding the blade. I replaced the blade assembly with the following: First, 15mm OD washer with 4mm hole onto shaft. This should sit on the shaft at the bottom of the thread. Then the blade. You'll need a washer that sits into the hole in the blade to center it on the shaft. This washer needs to be slightly thinner that or the same thickness as the blade. Thesn another 15mm washer over this followed by a lock nut or cap nut to secure. This worked perfectly for me.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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