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Mirandapanda
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Posted Tue Oct 15, 2013, 12:22pm
Subject: Grindmaster Espresso Grinder needs soemlove
 

I have an old grindmaster (RR45S) that is missing some pieces, from the hopper down to the top burr.  I'd really like to replace the parts, but im having a hard time sourcing them. I have looked online at espressoparts.com, but can only find a few that are needed, and the only ones that I saw that looked compatible were from the Rossi line.  Can these parts be used for my machine?  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Tks
Miranda
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Espresso: Londinium I, Arrarex...
Grinder: Gaggia MD85, Dienes Mokka,...
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Posted Tue Oct 15, 2013, 12:31pm
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The RR45 is a Rossi. Many companies sold that grinder under their own brand, but all RR45s are the same, aside from branding badge, as far as I know.
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Posted Tue Oct 15, 2013, 3:10pm
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+1 It's a Rossi
unfortunately apart from the so called generic parts such as burrs hopper switches,

Rossi was Brasilia (well same owner) and since they bankrupt
is not as easy to find proprietary parts

 
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