Question about DeLonghi DCG39 Electric Blades Grinder
I mistakenly overloaded the coffee beans in the machine and tried grinding. It turned for a short while, then a small puff of smoke can from within, and it stopped grinding.
Any idea which component just failed?
The shear pin, which goes through the grinder blade base and the motor shaft has 'sheared' off the protect the motor from overload. The metal bits of the pin need to be removed from both the grinder part and the shaft, a new one inserted. It is a 'pressed fit', so it will be hard to remove.
After the bits are removed, a common 'roll pin' of the proper diameter should be a suitable replacement
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you. I opened the bottom, but did not see any metal bits from the shear pin. The smoke really smelt "plasticky" when it stopped. "
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