Question about Gaggia MDF Coffee Grinder
While grinding some coffee suddenly my grinder statred to make a noise like it was jammed. I immeadiatly syopped the machine, shook it ant tried again for just a few seconds, same problem. I took the machine apart to clean it out and found a small coffee bean sized pebble. Now after cleaning and reassembly the bottom plate is slipping. I have not taken the grinder appart to see if something is stripped under the brass plate that the holds the burr. My question is can this be fixed? Could about ten seconds of trying to grind a pebble ruin my grinder.
I am pretty handy and would like to do this myself.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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