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  • How to troubleshoot grind on rotary pump

    I have read that on vib pump machine, having a brew pressure of 1 is a rough guide to correct grind size. I have a rotary pump machine and the pressure is always at 1. How to use the above principle to troubleshoot grind size?

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    Originally posted by limms View Post
    I have read that on vib pump machine, having a brew pressure of 1 is a rough guide to correct grind size. I have a rotary pump machine and the pressure is always at 1. How to use the above principle to troubleshoot grind size?
    Best use that principle to obtain some training. The number 1 has nothing whatsoever to do with brew pressure!

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    • #3
      Sounds like a boiler pressure reading as 1.0 - 1.2 ATA is very common.

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        I have often found myself wondering about the best grind size to use with a 240 volt espresso machine

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Melbroaster View Post
          I have often found myself wondering about the best grind size to use with a 240 volt espresso machine
          Sarcasm font broken?

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