Posted Fri Oct 18, 2013, 5:41am Subject: Re: SM 90/a grinder - hopper removal
there is a screw in the grind adjusting wheel (if it's the new style sm90 with black adjusting wheel) also look inside the hopper to see if it has holes where this screw fits. it also has an o-ring which may drag worse come to worse take the whole thing out (hopper and adjusting ring with top burr) and look how the hopper may be held. I have one question for you: I just got an sm95 new style. I flip the on switch and there is a delay 1-2sec when nothing happens, then the grinder starts to spin. Is this normal? All my other electrical appliances power right up when I flip the switch. Thanks you and good luck
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