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Posted Sat May 25, 2013, 7:33pm
Subject: Faem MPN Grinder Manual
 

I have a Faema MPN grinder that is in pretty good condition but I can't get it to come on.
I have searched for a manual but have not been been able to locate one. Any advice on where I might get one or some advice?  Thanks!
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Posted Wed May 29, 2013, 8:00am
Subject: Re: Faem MPN Grinder Manual
 

A lot of equipment will be hard to find paperwork on, that said, straight forward trouble shooting procedures will quickly find any issue, grinders are simple machines and the circuit is simple also.
Start with the plug and work back to the machine. Is there power at the outlet? Does the power make it through the cord to the grinder? Does the power pass through the on off switch? Follow through the machine from point to point.

You can have a bad component or a loose wire connection, chances are excellent that if you bought the grinder used, it will need a complete tear down and cleaning anyway and a new set of burrs, shops are famous for not changing the burrs often enough, if at all.

 
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