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Topic: Dead Gene Cafe (4 msgs / 78 lines)
1) From: Bailey Blanchette
Alas
The heater on my Gene Cafe has quit.. kaput..nothing but airflow.
It died yesterday morning as I was just hitting first crack on a roast of
Mexico Don Eduardo.
Watching the temperature fall, fall, fall I knew the roast was not going to
hit FC at all.  Smells like toasted peanuts (not 'roasted' peanuts).  I'll
give it a couple days and see how it brews up.
No response from Tim yet...   Perhaps its time to trade up (?) to a
Behmor...
Have to do something or I'll runout of homeroast!
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2) From: Bill
if you need a stopgap solution, perhaps a Heat Gun might be up your alley...
 Several of us use them exclusively.  I love the interaction I have with the
roast.  think about it...bill
On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 8:53 AM, Bailey Blanchette 
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3) From: Bailey Blanchette
you know, I do have an old bread machine kicking around, but I think the pan
has that non stick liner on it.  I'll check it out.  My dog bowls are all
currently in use   LOL
BB
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4) From: raymanowen
A mixer bowl works fine.
The bread machine bakes at 325 - 360F, which you won't use, but your
roasting temperatures are about 100 higher, for a shorter period than the
bread baking cycle. Keep the HG nosed into the pan.
You might try a half pound roast and see how it goes.
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
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On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 9:09 AM, Bailey Blanchette 
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