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Topic: freshroast surgery? (5 msgs / 107 lines)
1) From: Lee XOC
I have been without coffee now for almost 3 weeks, delirious over the
realization that my FR+ has become a FR-.   As discussed previously, the hot
air doesn't blow very strongly, and I wind up with stalled roasts.
I cannot find any way to open up the base on the unit.  Anyone know the
secret?  The screw(s) in the bottom of the heating chamber are not the key
apparently, and I can't find anything else accessible anywhere on the
outside.
TIA!
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Lee xoC
San Diego,
California
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2) From: Jim Schulman
The two phillips screws at the bottom hold in the top assembly (marked by 
the smooth plastic section at the top of the case) which includes the heater, 
fan, and motor. Unfortunately, you'll need to do further disaasembly at this 
point to access the fan (something I've never done).
My two cents: call Tim the designer, he's the guy answering the 888 
customer service line. It's one of the things that makes the FR so endearing. 
(The Hottop will have a similar "awesome service line" since Baratza is 
handling them; but other roasters need not apply)
Jim
On 13 Jul 2002 at 10:10, Lee XOC wrote:
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3) From: Lee XOC
< [mailto:homeroast-admin]On Behalf Of Jim Schulman
< Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2002 1:11 PM
< To: homeroast
< Subject: Re: +freshroast surgery?
<
<
< The two phillips screws at the bottom hold in the top assembly (marked by
< the smooth plastic section at the top of the case) which includes
< the heater,
< fan, and motor. Unfortunately, you'll need to do further
< disaasembly at this
< point to access the fan (something I've never done).
<
< My two cents: call Tim the designer, he's the guy answering the 888
< customer service line. It's one of the things that makes the FR
< so endearing.
< (The Hottop will have a similar "awesome service line" since Baratza is
< handling them; but other roasters need not apply)
Thanks!  Do you happen to have the full 888 number?  I don't know where I
would find it.
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Lee xoC
San Diego,
California
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4) From: Jim Schulman
On 13 Jul 2002 at 15:57, Lee XOC wrote:
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5) From: Lee XOC
< [mailto:homeroast-admin]On Behalf Of Jim Schulman
< Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2002 4:44 PM
< 
< On 13 Jul 2002 at 15:57, Lee XOC wrote:
< > Thanks!  Do you happen to have the full 888 number?  I don't know
< > where I would find it.
< 
< 888 - 757 -2326
Thanks!
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Lee xoC
San Diego,
California
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