Is there a good way to tell if a particular Zass grinder is one of the poor production run period (other than its functional competence)?
robert> From: pecanjim> To: homeroast> Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2008 15:32:09 -0600> Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Zassenhaus Grinder> > Joe,> I can't visualize what you are describing. Can you post a > picture somewhere?> pecan jim> On Feb 27, 2008, at 2:30 PM, Joe Screnock wrote:> > > Since there is a discussion on Zassenhaus Grinders, specifically the> > Knee Mill, I thought it a good time to bring up a question I had.> >> > For some unknown reason, when I open the lid of my grinder, there is a> > metal "tab" that is protruding from underneath. It is preventing the> > lid from closing tightly, and I can't seem to move it out of the > > way. I> > have no idea what it is for or why it suddenly appeared.> >> > It might be used to allow the lid to "snap" closed - and stay closed.> > If so, where should it be placed? I can't seem to bend it down enough> > to catch the lid.> >> > If it makes any difference, it happened during some (seemingly)> > unr
elated maintenance where I had the grinder upside down, and the > > burrs> > were run through their entire range of motion (adjustment screw moved> > from fully clock-wise to fully counter-clock-wise, and back).> >> > Any ideas?> >> > Joe> >> >> > -- > > No virus was sent with this message - jjs.> > Checked by AVG Free Edition.> > Version: 7.5.516 / Virus Database: 269.21.1/1300 - Release Date: > > 2/26/2008 7:50 PM> >> >> > Homeroast mailing list> > Homeroast> >http://lists.sweetmariascoffee.com/listinfo.cgi/homeroast-sweetmariascoffee.comConnect and share in new ways with Windows Live.