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Topic: Disassembly of Braun K30 coffee mill (3 msgs / 45 lines)
1) From: Dana Kaempen
Anyone tried disassembling their Braun K30?  I've had mine for over 7 years now and I've never taken it completely apart.  Previous cleanings have always consisted of washing the removeable pieces in warm, soapy water, followed by a clear rinse, and using an espresso machine cleaning brush on all the "attached" pieces, then wiping and/or blowing out anything else that's loose.  
What's the value of taking it apart?  More trouble than what it's worth?  Is it easy or difficult?  Anybody?  Anybody?
Thanks for the help!
Dana
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2) From: Anthony Ottman
Took mine apart a couple of years ago to adjust the range of grind available.
 This wasn't complete disassembly, just enough to move the adjuster a
couple of teeth.  Don't know about full tear-down.
It wasn't really MEANT to come apart, but the job wasn't too bad, and
it did go back together properly.  If nobody else responds with instructions
by this evening, I'll take a look again tonight to see how it was done.
 
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3) From: Ken Mary
Don't take it apart, take it to the trash. Then you can buy a *real* burr 
grinder. I am sure you will have much better results, even for drip coffee.
Do not believe me, read this list archives and Google search alt.coffee.
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