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Do the ball bearings in a Capresso Infinity grinder go on top of the springs or between them?

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I just took mine apart. The ball bearings go on top of the springs.

Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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  • Sean Nov 25, 2011

    This makes it official... almost anything is on the internet.

    Just the verification I needed! Thanks.

  • Odette
    Odette Jan 20, 2014

    thank you so much for this. I took mine apart and did not know where to put the bearings.

  • Frank C
    Frank C Apr 18, 2015

    How do you take the housing off? There are NO screws.

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Simonelli Microbar ii the grinder positions change settings every time make a coffee grinder mooving positions automaticaly


First, I'm not a Simonelli technician. Though I've worked on similar table top machines.
* The grinder on these small machines (compared to commercial units) are usually manually adjusted. They are usually built with a range from very fine Turkish coffee (like talcum powder) to a fairly fine auto drip grind. You should not be able to coarse it up as used in a french press.
* There should be some sort of indexing to indicate at least the direction to rotate the grind adjust, say; fine to coarse, or even Turkish to American, etc. Though it may be a generic + to -.
* There may be a positive 'click' to each setting or possible hold down lock mechanism. But the most common is a spring loaded nub that clicks into place. If yours did click before and not now then you need to take it in for service as you probably lost the part (tiny ball and spring)
* A thought; If your an "Americano" drinker (course grounds will hot water filtered through it to fill a Mug size cup) then it may have happened when adjusting to the larger grind size. The indexer ball and spring is only held down by the height of the grind ring. Exceeding the largest grind will allow the ball and spring to pop out of position which can fall into the burrs and destroy them. It may be possible the ball (steel ball bearing) is still trapped in the burr plates and moves them around. Can't grind steel.
* Still got problems? Check with vendor or MFR for service or replacement. Most machines of this type do not have serviceable parts or adjustments.
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Grinder stopped working today. Tried to clean with no result. Anything I can do to trouble shoot? The timer goes, but no grind...


check to see if the grinder is jammed. Most likely, there was something that's gotten caught in it, and jammed the mechanism.

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Why does ground coffee not go thru shoot


If using Beans; it is set to fine and due to static it sticks - OR you have a blockage..

If you are putting ground coffee into a grinder; the static will be a bigger issue and in addition there is no weight from the beans to press the grinds into the burrs. A bean grinder is not ment to grind beans that have already been ground.

Get a better grinder and do not buy supermarket beans.

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Hmm, I have Capresso Infinity Burr Grinder #560, and I accidentally placed the upper burr back in upside down. Now it is stuck. I do not see the "black section with a long slot" around the blade.


Yes! I had the same issue with putting the burr in upside down and then twisting it an effectively "locking" it in there incorrectly. I tried the "knife" solution that worked for some people here, but it was placing the bean container back on and twisting counter clockwise that did the trick!

So glad I found this thread and didn't give up trying to fix my burr grinder (which we love).

Thanks to jaybayca!

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How do I take my Imressa E8 apart?


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I received a new lower burr grinder part from SAECO for my machine but no instructions on how to replace it. I know how to clean and replace the removable grinder part that fits into this. Do you have...


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If you only got the lower burr it won't work. They should be matching burrs.
If you don't do it right, you will damage the grinder. You need a #10 Torex bit.

Insert the bit into the screw in the middle of a very clean grinder. Turn clockwise to loosen. Once the screw is out, pull the burr out, but be careful. There are ball bearings and springs under the burr. Make sure that everything is clean before reassembly. There are 3 holes in the bottom of the grinder. The springs go into the holes first. Then the ball bearings set on top of the springs. Place the new lower burr on top of the springs. A washer and the corkscrew go in next. Insert the screw in and with the bit in place turn (with a little down force) clockwise until the screw drops into place, then turn counterclockwise. It should turn fairly easy. Once you start putting pressure on the springs, try to turn the corkscrew. There is a notch that it slips into in the bottom of the grinder. Once it locks into place keep turning the screw until you start to turn the burr. That should be tight enough. Now reassemble the top burr and adjust.

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Spring loaded ball bearings - does the ball bearing sit on top of the spring or below the spring??


The ball bearing is a check valve. The ball should be in the input side of the water with the spring underneath.
input side ----->( O/////)-------> output side

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How do you remove stones from the grinder of a jura capresso E9 machine?


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Blade installed upside down


I did this, too. Tell your M-i-L not to feel bad--it's an easy mistake. A Torx T20 driver will remove the center screw. However, when you remove the rotating blade, 3 springs and 3 bearings will come flying out. I'm not sure what order they go in when you reassemble the grinder. I reassembled the unit, and ever since it has not been able to grind the coffee quite as fine as I would like. Have not been able to find any info, such as an exploded parts diagram, to tell me the proper assembly.

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