Small value differences like those will make no material difference to the function of the grinder.
Using it would have been fine...
Nice name My cat always begs for milk every morning too, but he completely ignores the smell of coffee. But my dog Sparks is quite opposite, he gets
Rum. Makes me think I'm a pirate because everything starts to float after one bottle.
So 5.4mf to 6.6mf instead of 5.7mf to 6.3mf. I'm not expert enough to say whether that would make a material difference.
yeah i replaced the tap spindles and gaskets so good as new now. You really dont need to put any pressure on the taps. I have descaled the machine but
We need to test the flow rate of your pump to confirm. To do this remove the shower screen, start the manual shot running then once the preinfusion has
Received the Capacitor today but unfortunately not the ICAR 6uF with + or - 5% Tolerance as advertised. The received Item had the same model no. (?) with
No problems at all!
What I would say about a good quality hand grinder is that it will be far more capable than a Breville, but much slower. However
im wondering what part I have to replace as we have been drinking black coffee and the hot water dispenser is stopping, starting
Other than burrs, which in a domestic setting last and last anyway, grinders don't really wear out. Clean out the grinding chamber and you're good to
Sounds like good advice to me. Until I get some knowledge and skill I am sure I will not out grow this set up for a long time. At least keeping the grinder
I just used CRC. It's kinda food grade, but needs a heap of OJ to make it palatable
I like to have a variety of drinks, espresso, latte, cappuccino, double ristretto, single shots, double shots etc etc but the problem when changing from
Unfortunately there isn't a whole lot in that spectrum for electric grinders of $200 ish value.
However I would personally go with a Lido or other
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