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Take Apart Exactly HOW do I take the unti apart? Where are the screws? maybe under the rubber feet?

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L'entonnoir tient par 3 pattes sur la base d'ajustement de la grosseur de mouture.

Pour retirer l'entonnoir, il faut oter les grains, prendre l'entonnoir dans une main et le reste de l'appareil dans l'autre. Dans un geste délicat mais tout en bougeant un peu l'entonnoir de gauche à droite en tirant vers l'extérieur, il se détachera.

Cette démarche vous donnera accès à l'entrée des grains et vous pourrez la nettoyer SANS EAU avec une vieille brosse à dents et une pointe de couteau fine pour les endroits étroits ou pour décoller les résidus de café.

Une fois cet entretien fait, les grains vont descendre de manière normale et fluide vers le moulin et la mouture sera constante.

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