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cafetin
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Posted Sat Nov 30, 2013, 4:32pm
Subject: help reassembly Preciso hopper (can't adjust lower than 26)
 

Hello, first post/question.

Just got a new "open box" Preciso.  No beans have gone through it.  All looks perfect.  As the hopper was a little dusty I figured to wash it before putting beans in it.  As per instructions, unscrewed the hopper until the stop, lifted the hopper straight out without any difficulty.  Upon reassembly, I can only screw it in about 45 degrees rotation from the "max" position down to an indicated 26.  Definitely feels like a stop there.  No clicks in that arc of possible rotation.  I don't remember for sure but I think unscrewing the hopper took more than one rotation to get to the stop.

I can't find mention of this anywhere in the manual.  Is there a catch I need to depress to allow the adjusting ring to go on to the intended range of rotation?  Any other thoughts?

thanks!
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cafetin
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Posted Sat Nov 30, 2013, 10:33pm
Subject: Re: help reassembly Preciso hopper (can't adjust lower than 26)
 

after looking at some videos on Youtube etc it looks like my adjustment ring is *over* the upper burr - the burr will not pull off.  I have no idea how this came to be.  It seems like disassembly is needed to fix but all instructions begin by "remove upper burr" - exactly what I cannot do on mine... grrrr   guess I'll be talking to Baratza Monday morning.  Unless anyone can give pointers on how to fix this.
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