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  • #16
    Originally posted by sprezzatura View Post
    Are you: Select 200g/P3/Start for example?
    Yes, I am. So with this example your timer should adjust to 14.00mins (Does yours do this?). But mine remains at 12.00mins no matter what profile a select.

    Yes, I fully read the manual and yes 240v was selected

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    • #17
      Originally posted by CaffeinatedAndrew View Post
      Yes, I am. So with this example your timer should adjust to 14.00mins (Does yours do this?). But mine remains at 12.00mins no matter what profile a select.

      Yes, I fully read the manual and yes 240v was selected
      ok, forget everything I just said. I miss read the manual everything works correctly.

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      • #18
        Thanks Andy for both the fast shipping and the helpful tips for the noob roaster. Looking forwards to the journey ahead

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        • #19
          Tell us how you go with Elephant Hills!

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          • #20
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            Wow! Try the PNG Mt. Ambar! I just made a Hario cup five minutes ago (this batch roasted 48+ hours ago): 13g, 8oz water off the boil 40 sec bloom. Yum! I wish my palate was better as it's convoluted but suffice it to say that when water hit the grounds I smelled morning in Flores when the old Ibu would make kopi tubruk - wood smoke and earth and sly subtle scents.

            I'm beginning to see why Talk Coffee and Andy like this one. I bet it develops outstandingly as it rests some more.

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            • #21
              Quick update on my first 3 roasts. Did 3 x 200g roasts using the (200g, P1, Start profile) keeping everything the same except the time I started cooling from first crack.

              Roast #1 - Started cooling at first crack, was into rolling first crack before it cooled
              Roast #2 - Started cooling at rolling first crack, heard a few second cracks in cooling
              Roast #3 - Started cooling at second crack, things got really exciting on this one! Rolling second crack happened crazy fast, lots of smoke, chaff embers.

              I found this whole experience so far to be insanely exciting and just loving that I can now roast my own green beans into something that I can turn into a hopefully drinkable coffee. Looking forwards to seeing how these three roast differ in taste and all ready planning my next experiment.

              And on another positive. I also now all three of my smoke alarms throughout the house work perfectly
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              • #22
                I had the exact same experience with your Roast #3 - ha! Nice display! It's very cool. I had some of my coffee people come over and try some of the PNG I roasted two days ago and they thought it was very drinkable. I don't know why I didn't do this long, long ago.

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                • #23
                  Ah, the wonderful world of home coffee-roasting....

                  Can't beat it. I still enjoy the hell out of it every time I get out there and get into another roasting session.

                  Great stuff guys,
                  Mal.

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                  • #24
                    How does one get a hold of those Coffeesnobs 12 panel scale roast depth cards?

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                    • #25
                      They're out of stock for the foreseeable future. You'll have to settle for a digital copy CoffeeSnobs - BeanBay - Other Stuff - Replacement membership card Right click on the picture and 'Save as' then print it out.


                      Java "Color me what?" phile
                      Toys! I must have new toys!!!

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