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Topic: Wandering ZASS WAS>>> Homeroast Digest, Vol 5, (3 msgs / 43 lines)
1) From: Matthew Price
It's not the adjustment screw that's the big issue here.  The problem
is that the cutting surface down inside the machine can move around so
the particles come out different sizes.
On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 1:28 PM, Dennis & Marjorie True  wrote:
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2) From: Dennis & Marjorie True
ahhh... ok Sorry... read too fast....
Hmmmm... My Zass's don't wobble I'm not sure what is happening both my 
151 and my knee center burrs are only held from teh top and they stay 
ramrod straight loose and tight
is this something new or have they always done this?
Dennis
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3) From: Matthew Price
I'm no zass historian but here's at least another data point.  My knee
mill is stamped West Germany on the bottom so it's no spring chicken
and yet it has the wobble that makes it spit some chips at medium
grind levels.   So much for German engineering.
Matthew
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