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Coarse Grind Hello All, I?ve had a Saeco Vienna De Luxe machine for many years. On a regular basis I clean the brew group and associated parts. Recently I had to get my machine repaired and the shop owner told me I needed to be cleaning the grinder on a regular basis as well. So I cleaned the grinder. I followed all of the directions, cleaned everything, installed the rings at the ?zero position? and made a test cup of espresso. The grind was super coarse, not fine as it should be. I?ve adjusted the grind using the knob on the machine and verified that the adjustment ring has moved. Still, I seem to just get this coarse grind that results in a weak cup o coffee. Any ideas? Thanks

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