I've been roasting with an original iroast version 1 once a week for 9 years....but it finally died. I bought an iroast2 from a friend, but there's no manual. I know you can store and recall roast profiles on the version2...but I don't know how to do it. Help! I can create a profile...but I am not sure how to save and recall it....can anyone help? Both Hearthware and Sweet Marias have failed to come up with a manual for me....and now I turn to you...the coffee geeks of america (and beyond).
I have made the file available on my website. The link to the page with printing instructions and link to the file is in the "OTHER" section on the main page of my website. Link to page is there | | | | | V
dtranquil Senior Member Joined: 31 Jul 2013 Posts: 2 Location: Los Angeles Expertise: I live coffee
Posted Fri Aug 2, 2013, 10:33pm Subject: Re: iroast 2 manual or instructions?
thank you thank you thank you.....you are the man. Love your site as well....in a love/hate way...since now I know about 3 more coffee gadgets that I am going to have to buy....thank god they don't make that calibrated tamper in a 50mm to fit my old Pavoni or I would have bought it already.
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