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    Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    :(I have managed to totally destroy what I believe is the three armed coffee sweeper found below the conical burrs - it is now harmless. * I have managed to remove this item but cannot find any P/No. on it. * I contacted Sunbeam who advised that as they did not sell spares to general public and that I would have to contact their local agent located in Dickson, Canberra. * I contacted said agent who advised that whatever the required item was they would have to send away for it. * They also advised that they were not in possesion of a diagramtic breakdown of spares for this piece of equipment; *but they did have a pricelist of available spares for (3) Sunbeam Grinders including EM0480 - however not one of the descriptions the CSO read off to me bore any resemblence to my requirement. *

    SO does *anyone out there know what I am referring to and can supply me with a part number and a supplier???? so that I can once again be a happy little camper *;D * Gee I wish I had woken up a few years back and used a local sponsor as my son did to purchase reliably serviced coffee equipment.

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Quote Originally Posted by 7C5745505B57737166320 link=1258526450/0#0 date=1258526450
    :(I have managed to totally destroy what I believe is the three armed coffee sweeper found below the conical burrs - it is now harmless. * I have managed to remove this item but cannot find any P/No. on it. * I contacted Sunbeam who advised that as they did not sell spares to general public and that I would have to contact their local agent located in Dickson, Canberra. * I contacted said agent who advised that whatever the required item was they would have to send away for it. * They also advised that they were not in possesion of a diagramtic breakdown of spares for this piece of equipment; *but they did have a pricelist of available spares for (3) Sunbeam Grinders including EM0480 - however not one of the descriptions the CSO read off to me bore any resemblence to my requirement. *

    SO does *anyone out there know what I am referring to and can supply me with a part number and a supplier???? so that I can once again be a happy little camper *;D * Gee I wish I had woken up a few years back and used a local sponsor as my son did to purchase reliably serviced coffee equipment.
    Send pic if possible to confirm..

    If so then I am almost 100% that I can obtain for you..

    You could also contact the supplier I deal with.... *But they do have some issues with the general public due to the SB Service Agency Agreement..

    Get me a pic to CONFIRM what we are talking about and I can confirm $ and Availability in teh morning...

    Have a look and confirm if it is the part shown here.. The sweeper / Paddle.

    #26 Paddle 1 C3-9024
    #27 Paddle Plate 1 C23-2212






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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Quote Originally Posted by 1F30393B2C133F303F393B333B302A5E0 link=1258526450/1#1 date=1258528499
    #26 Paddle C3-9024 *
    This is the one.
    I did the same to mine about a year ago.
    My SB guy sent me an exploded view diagram to pick it out from so he knew exactly which part I was talking about.

    He then told me it wasnt a "spare part".

    What he did for me though was go through the bins where they discarded dead grinders and found me the part I needed.
    He then sent it to me FOC.

    SB havent been that helpful for quite some time now.

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    :)Thankyou for your prompt replies. I believe the part I require is as follows #26 - Paddle - C3-9024. As you can see in Pic #1 it appears to be sitting there in all its useless :( splendor & Pic #2 shows it as a drum & three amputated *:o vanes. Im learning all the time; how to attach photographs and how to reduce them to fit 8-)[img][/img]




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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Quote Originally Posted by 664D5F4A414D696B7C280 link=1258526450/3#3 date=1258607702
    :)Thankyou for your prompt replies. I believe the part I require is as follows #26 - Paddle - C3-9024. As you can see in Pic #1 it appears to be sitting there in all its useless :( splendor & Pic #2 shows it as a drum & three amputated *:o vanes. Im learning all the time; how to attach photographs and how to reduce them to fit 8-)[img][/img]

    NOT a spare part... *Not stocked or able to be ordered..

    However... I have one for you... If you ensure that NO one goes sticking things up the spout... Or next time it might be a tender part of your lower body...


    PM me your shipping details etc ASAP

    We can work out a penalty for postage and expenses incurred...

    Anger

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Quote Originally Posted by 755A53514679555A55535159515A40340 link=1258526450/4#4 date=1258609523
    Quote Originally Posted by 664D5F4A414D696B7C280 link=1258526450/3#3 date=1258607702
    :)Thankyou for your prompt replies. I believe the part I require is as follows #26 - Paddle - C3-9024. As you can see in Pic #1 it appears to be sitting there in all its useless :( splendor & Pic #2 shows it as a drum & three amputated *:o vanes. Im learning all the time; how to attach photographs and how to reduce them to fit 8-)[img][/img]

    NOT a spare part... *Not stocked or able to be ordered..

    However... I have one for you... If you ensure that NO one goes sticking things up the spout... Or next time it might be a tender part of your lower body...


    PM me your shipping details etc ASAP

    We can work out a penalty for postage and expenses incurred...

    Anger
    Packed and ready to be sent... CQ3909953

    Now... What is this worth to you ???

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    *:)At least $20 plus postage and handling (?????) and as many espressos as you like from our sons coffee cart when he sets up again - I believe he used to make a very acceptable brew & exchanged lively repartee when he was operating out of Lonsdale St, Braddon.

    As I am very close to that tender part of my body [smiley=embarassed.gif] and as I have now found out how to gain easy access to that area (Whoops *[smiley=embarassed.gif] - My proofreader [better half] *has picked this one up) I meant the coffee grinder not the tender area - by removing 4 screws - I dont think (I hope) that I will find myself in this particular pickle again. [smiley=thumbsup.gif]

    By the way what is CQ3909953 ???

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Quote Originally Posted by 062D3F2A212D090B1C480 link=1258526450/6#6 date=1258694483
    *:)At least $20 plus postage and handling (?????) and as many espressos as you like from our sons coffee cart when he sets up again - I believe he used to make a very acceptable brew & exchanged lively repartee when he was operating out of Lonsdale St, Braddon.

    As I am very close to that tender part of my body [smiley=embarassed.gif] and as I have now found out how to gain easy access to that area (Whoops *[smiley=embarassed.gif] - My proofreader [better half] *has picked this one up) I meant the coffee grinder not the tender area - by removing 4 screws - I dont think (I hope) that I will find myself in this particular pickle again. [smiley=thumbsup.gif]

    By the way what is CQ3909953 ???
    giggled like a schoolgirl... I wish I had a proof reader that was supportive of my tender area ;D

    Will PM you the finer details.. Needless to say.. You will be Happy ;)

    CQ3909953 is the express post tracking number - Expect it Monday first thing..


    As to cleaning etc... It depends on Usage and on the type of beans... If Oily or flavoured from GJ ( Would hope not..) ... Then you will never clean it enough... If good quality beans... then depending on use... Say every 6 - 8 weeks or as required...

    I use compressed air... In teh older days a trip to the servo was a laugh... Stop car... Unload printer / computer / Coffee grinders etc etc and oh... Maybe add a bit to one of the car tyres...

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Regards cleaning & usage: in the main I use Wagonga Coffee (local) or Merlo (Qld); I believe none of them are oily or flavoured as everything I remove appears to be dry - I think it might the result of static electricity and the fact that the exit tube has a slight kink in it and slightly raised plastic joins - refer pic 1.
    Usage is not great, total all up at the most is eight cups per day - between the two of us[smiley=2vrolijk_08.gif]
    I/we look forward to receiving your PM & Mondays post at approx 1100hrs [smiley=engel017.gif].

    By the way was there someone going to introduce a dictionary on acronyms :question

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Quote Originally Posted by 557E6C79727E5A584F1B0 link=1258526450/8#8 date=1258707474
    Regards cleaning & usage: in the main I use Wagonga Coffee (local) or Merlo (Qld); I believe none of them are oily or flavoured as everything I remove appears to be dry - I think it might the result of static electricity and the fact that the exit tube has a slight kink in it and slightly raised plastic joins - refer pic 1.
    Usage is not great, total all up at the most is eight cups per day - between the two of us[smiley=2vrolijk_08.gif]
    I/we look forward to receiving your PM & Mondays post at approx 1100hrs [smiley=engel017.gif].

    By the way was there someone going to introduce a dictionary on acronyms :question
    No Pic ???


    6- 8 weeks sounds like a managable time frame.... You should try some Brown Bay stuff...

    Make teh partner the first coffee... They feel spoilt and this then cleans the stale grinds out; so that you get fresh grinds..

    But dont tell any one else... Its just between US ;D

    PM sent...

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Quote Originally Posted by 4C6775606B67434156020 link=1258526450/8#8 date=1258707474
    I/we look forward to receiving your PM & Mondays post at approx 1100hrs .
    Got payment... TOO MUCH ;)

    Many thanks. Trust the unit is up and running all OK.

    Take care.

    AM

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Thanks for the service AM. It was received at approx 12:00hrs last Monday & I did try to reply ASAP including some photographs BUT again it appeared to be too large to be accepted.

    Anyway, yes the unit is up and running. [smiley=2vrolijk_08.gif]

    Although I did have a little argument with the placement of the Acorn Nut, Tab Washer & Shakeproof/Star Washer. I was putting the SW between TW & Nut and it constantly loosend off twice, the third time I placed the SW on the Conical Burr, then the Tab Washer followed by the Acorn Nut and it has held in place. Coffee tastes better too.

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Quote Originally Posted by 597260757E72565443170 link=1258526450/11#11 date=1259127264
    Thanks for the service AM. * It was received at approx 12:00hrs last Monday & I did try to reply ASAP including some photographs BUT again it appeared to be too large to be accepted.

    Anyway, yes the unit is up and running. *[smiley=2vrolijk_08.gif]

    Although I did have a little argument with the placement of the Acorn Nut, Tab Washer & Shakeproof/Star Washer. * I was putting the SW between TW & Nut and it constantly loosend off twice, the third time I placed the SW on the Conical Burr, then the Tab Washer followed by the Acorn Nut and it has held in place. * Coffee tastes better too.
    Thanks..

    DO HAVE A GUIDE FOR PLACING THE WASHERS AS FROM sb / tg i THINK... iF YA WANT LET US KNOW...

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Ive sold my 0450 so cant check it but the calibration guide shows TW then SW then nut.

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    TG, thats interesting cause I did that twice and it came loose, then I tried SW, TW, AN and it has stayed together (so far) Im holding my breath. Im checking that area everytime now before I grind. Or even before I place the beans in the hopper. [smiley=dankk2.gif] [smiley=2vrolijk_08.gif]

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    Re: Sunbeam Coffee Grinder EM0480 spares

    Quote Originally Posted by 5C7765707B77535146120 link=1258526450/8#8 date=1258707474
    Wagonga Coffee (local) or Merlo (Qld);
    We used to get Wagonga Coffee from the Old Bus Depot Markets in Kingston! Great range. Now we are in Queensland, end up buying coffee from Campos up in New Farm.

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    Hi I managed to do the same thing,destroy this part "Paddle - C3-9024" with a chopstick, & as they say about ears nothing smaller than my elbow will ever go in there again. It did have a problem though it used to get totally full of ground coffee in there within about 1 weeks of usage. I am still using it but have to manually empty the chamber every time I make a cup of coffee which is rather time consuming but a lot easier to do now that there is no paddle in the way( grins ). It's probably not that great for the beans either but at least I can still have my morning coffee. My machine Sunbeam EM0480 my brewing method Aeropress. I will dissemble the machine & take some pics but I think I need exactly the same part Thanks in advance for any help David (ibbeebee)

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