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Topic: iRoast parts (4 msgs / 102 lines)
1) From: Larry Bickford
Hi all,
Two year+  old iRoast (original). Dropped and broke the top sealing  
ring and screen assembly (not the entire top). Meanwhile, the  
container doesn't seat so well anymore and the the fan is loosing a  
little steam.  So here's the question:  can I get the parts at least  
the top) and is it worth it----or just get a new one?
Thanks for the feedback!
Larry

2) From: Aaron
Larry, yes you can get just the parts you need.
Goto I-roasts homepage
https://www.i-roast.com/pro_02_01.php
and you can order what you want from there.
i-roast.com is their main page for all the i roast related stuff.
Id recommend getting the replacement stuff for it, but then again, if 
you been wanting to get another or different roaster... nows as good as 
an excuse as any to do so.
Aaron

3) From: Larry Williams
Larry
The parts are reasonable. Go tohttp://www.i-roast.com/pro_02_01.php   
If your are happy with the unit buy the parts, if not, get an IR2.  I 
have one and I think it is great.
Larry Williams
Larry Bickford wrote:
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4) From: MSMB
I bought my I-Roast in a Habitat store without the glass container in which
you roast the beans.  I also found that the past top was broken.
Replacement of parts worked just fine and I have been roasting in it for
about 2 years.  At first the container was very hard to fit on the base but
after a while it loosened up.  All together the cost was about 1/2 of a new
I-roast. I would say that if you like your I-Roast get the parts. I bought
mine directly from the company.


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