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Topic: Tilting a Behmor? (6 msgs / 96 lines)
1) From: Pat Sklenar
Dennis,
     I've never heard the suggestion to tilt the Behmor during a roast 
... what's the idea behind it?
     Thanks,
     pat----
On 4/20/2012 6:43 PM, Dennis Parham wrote:
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2) From: Kevin C
Probably trying to keep the exhaust flap closed. Sounds dangerous not only for the heat increase inside but also the fact that the chaff and broken beans will be closer to the heating unit and burn more readily!
-kc / from my iGadget Delux Xi /
On Apr 23, 2012, at 1:05 PM, Pat Sklenar  wrote:
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3) From: Ira
At 10:05 AM 4/23/2012, you wrote:
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It rotates the coffee around so it's closer to the elements.
Ira
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4) From: Pat Sklenar
Interesting ... When I look into my normally situated Behmor (are we 
going to have to start specifying whether we are talking about the 1600 
or the Brazen soon? :)  ), it sure looks like the vanes in the drum are 
doing a darn good job dragging the beans "up the back" before they come 
tumbling down.
pat----
On 4/23/2012 1:22 PM, Ira wrote:
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5) From: Dennis Parham
Yup it makes a difference.. I used to have same issues with baking .
Sent from my iPhone 5b
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6) From: John Nanci
Interesting.  Never thought of that, but in makes sense in that if 
the motor is mis-wired and rotating the other direction you can't get 
a proper roast.
How much of an angle are people using?  Or maybe, how much higher is the front?
John
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