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    Pictures (Group 1) of the roaster Soulmandk is looking at.

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    Pictures (Group 2) of the roaster Soulmandk is looking at.

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    Pictures (Last one.) of the roaster Soulmandk is looking at.

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    Hi all

    This is a followup to my post of 24th November 2009 in this thread as a member asked me via email:
    "Can I use the thermocouple at beanbay, without varicap? Product page says "Stainless Steel Braiding for less chance of melting during roasting" And one more question, can I easily remove the screw on window next to original thermocouple or do I need something to fill the gaps(if there is any) between the screw of the new thermocouple and the hole."
    I thought it would be useful for others to post some pics of how the thermocouple from Bean Bay
    fits into my 2 kg Has Garanti. I am using the 100 mm long thermocouple (TC).

    Pic 1 shows the TC in position, pic 2 in more detail, pic 3 shows the hole that the TC goes into by removing the screw, pic 4 shows TC with a small circular ceramic insulator and pic 5 shows detail of this insulator with the end of the TC for scale.

    The insulator is an old varicap. It just happens to fit the OD of the TC and the ID of the windows screw hole perfectly.

    NOTE: If you wish to put a 100 mm TC into this hole or any hole first disconnect the power lead to the roaster, insert the TC, then manually rotate by hand the drum to ensure the TC will not be hit by anything as the drum rotates. I had no problems with my 2 kg HG but you have been warned :-)
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    Hi guys,

    I have a 2006 15kg HGS Has Garanti. My drum wall keeps scraping against the front wall and I keep adjusting it so it doesn't. I'm just wondering if there is a locknut to tighten the cap/ so that I don't have to keep doing this several times a a roasting session.

    Cheers!

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