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Topic: Behmor Dark Roasts (2 msgs / 34 lines)
1) From: Jim Jones
I used a Behmor 1600 3 years.  Meticulously calculated that subtracting 2:30
from leg-2 and maxing leg-3 on P3, at setting 1 pound, would give very close
to Behmor's half-pound profile, and I would roast half-pound on coffee.  It
will roast as dark as you like - stop roast where desired.  Discoverd later
that alterations to leg-2 have "little" effect (how little I don't know) so
roasts were longer that needed.  So, I guess the best technique is using
half-pound setting and roasting maybe 200 grams of beans (227 = half pound),
or, 1-pound setting with 400 grams coffee.  I never tried this - was
rough-weighing coffee with 10 ounces volume gong for one-half pound.
Switched to Hottop manual controls - roasting Nirvana to me - with the
Salter scale.
-- 
Jim Jones
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2) From: Ira
At 07:39 PM 2/19/2011, you wrote:
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I believe the proper description is "have no effect", as in, you 
can't alter legs one or two.
Ira
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