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This turkish coffee grinder has been in our home for sixty two, it was in use untill the late sixties. I would like to use it again but the lower part (in which the powdred coffee acumulates) is now 'stuck' to the upper part (in which the coffee is grinded) and I cannot free it. What can I do to free the two parts?

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Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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SOURCE: coffee grinder will not turn on

I recently had this same issue - it turned out that the lock switch no longer engaged because the spring came out of alignment after the unit was dropped. Chances are you have a similar issue. You can test this by using a small screwdriver to press down on the safely latch and then pressing the ON/OFF (careful of the blades!!). then you can easily fix it.

Posted on May 16, 2010

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SOURCE: My Barista Burr Coffee Grinder suddenly grinds too fine.

If it is any consolation, mine just did the same thing, now takes too long to grind and it is way to fine dispite a thorough cleaning by disassembly.

Posted on Sep 26, 2010

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