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Topic: Grind adjustment for stepped grinder (3 msgs / 48 lines)
1) From: Karen Mok
I need to adjust my Pavoni Zip semi-automatic grinder to grind finer.  
I understand that
the grinder needs to be on when doing the adjustment
  but my husband disagrees. What to do? Your advice is greatly  
appreciated.
Karen M.
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2) From: Laura Carey
Here is the manual if you can read It...http://www.lapavoni.com/PDF/MAN_MacinaComm.pdfLaura
On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 10:57 AM, Karen Mok  wrote:
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3) From: Ira
At 10:57 AM 3/23/2011, you wrote:
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If the burrs are full of coffee and you adjust the grinder more than 
a tiny amount finer it's possible to jam the grinder so the motor 
can't turn it.  I tend to always adjust with the grinder off, but I 
adjust really small amounts and I have a fairly powerful grinder.
The proper and safest answer, is always have the motor running when 
adjusting a grinder finer.
Ira
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