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Grinder reassembly I had the coffee grinder clog up with coffee. I disassembled the grinder, cleaned out the trapped coffee and reassembled the grinder. I didn't look to see how the top piece was aligned. The grider had a blue and red mark and the top piece had a red mark on it. I tried aligning the two red marks but the coffee brewed extremely weak. Any suggestions?

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Email me your email address and I will send you a pdf of the grinder cleaning instructions that will explain how to align your grinder.  

 

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Posted on Oct 12, 2007

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