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What is the best types of coffee beans packaging? Standing pouch, flat bottom or gusset types?

I build website addressed at https://kemasanpedia.net in Indonesia language. The main content of this website is about packaging - coffee packaging. I need your advise to provide the best tutorial of coffee packaging types. Thank you

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    Hi Kemasan Pedia, we want to help you with your question, but we need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    who is your target market ? Indonesians or further abroad like English speaking USA or Australia. A flash player video seems to me to be a common way a lot of web sites do tutorials or promote their services .

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If the big knob in the bean hopper is on a small #, that could be your problem. try opening the knob to the largest # and try again. If it clears and makes a cup, then on the next cup, while the grinder is operating turn the knob down again, but to a larger # than you had before. Grounds can get compacted in the chamber and prevent new grounds from entering. That is why it grinds but doesn't make a coffee. If that doesn't help, try opening the door above the brew unit funnel when the brew units is out. It should pull down on a hinge. This is the clicking you hear when you make a coffee.

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That is a stripped thumbscrew. You need a new one. When it starts to brew, the stripped thumbscrew pushes up and allows the coffee to fill the head and dredge drawer.
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Coffee beans setting too small


* Brand and model needed for specific solutions.
* Check your warranty. Call for support

*** Following is for information only.***
* Bean grinders have a dial in front or a dial near the bottom of the been funnel (or bean bin.)
* Dials usually have size settings and may even be marked for the style of coffee to brew.
* Some of the smaller grinders have a dial around the collar of the bean container that have numbers or arrows pointing to coarse or fine grind. Some use a whole bean icon then smaller sand grind icon. Others may use numbers like 1-10 etc.
* For the super automatic coffee/espresso brewers they usually have a program enabled grind setting where a mini motor will adjust the grind for you depending on your coffee choice.
* The lesser "home" or office brewers may only have one setting and needs to be calibrated each time you change beans. (This is usually an adjustment knob or screw) Coffee needs to be brewed and tasted for each change of grind setting.
* Note that often changing the grind setting will also affect the ground coffee volume. (changing the size of dregs 'puck'). This also changes the flavor profile.
* Volume changes to brew needs to be done from the programing menu of the super automatic brewer.
* Espresso brews using a standard portafilter, it's critical to adjust the grind to the portafilter basket and dose water amount.
* Brewing in the coffee auto drip needs to have larger grind and more coffee to make up for the loss of flavor from large grinds.
* Smaller grinds intensifies the flavor but brings on bitter oils if ground too fine.
* Go slow and make taste tests each step of the way. Understand that it's a multi level balance between; Heat, Water volume, Flow rate, Pre-soak, coffee roast, coffee amount, besides just the size of the coffee grind.
* Calibrating for espresso; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUeCLypvlNU
* Arrows and numbers; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8dJpATLrjw
* Mazzer; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mN_To2nv1Fs
* Delongi; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTYhZoncLBk
* Delongi(super); https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUSXo0xaHIM
* 890TS (also Bunn); https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QF-kiFymTQM
* Size to brew; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BCDIas33y0
* Electronic dosers; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMadMBgMcA4
* Hand grinder; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyCHdG25JFU
* Ceado; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwHdm5GtNHI
* Modern hand grinder; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oH2s6rQ43us
* Saeco; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7nK9nsFNkQ
* Breville; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lGFJoI77T4
* Gaggia; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5U3o9jMvI3g
* Call your vendor for additional advice.
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Hello, Vicky -

It will help in answering your question to know the make and model of your coffee maker. You can choose Comment and add that information in the Comment box.

As a general answer, there could be 2 reasons for all of the coffee grounds not to be wet:

* You may be using a dark roasted coffee, which has a high amount of surface oils , making it difficult for the water to wet all the ground coffee beans during the brewing process. If so, you may need to follow the "hot bloom" method when setting your coffee maker up to brew. Watch the video here:
https://www.bruer.co/blogs/news/113462276-the-hot-bloom-method-eliminating-dry-coffee-grounds

* The spout for the water to dispense in your model of coffee maker may have become positioned off-center

Along with only partially wet coffee grounds does the brew seem weak?

I assume you have already checked the user manual for your coffee machine to find if the partially dry coffee grounds issue is addressed in the Troubleshooting section. You may wish to visit the website of the manufacturer of your coffee machine to find if the problem is covered in FAQs or Troubleshooting for your model of machine.

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