Taking what to the scrap yard? What was the issue seeing it was without a doubt not the I can't
Taking the machine to the scrap yard. It has had problems since I bought it and there is clearly something broken inside it. I've been fighting with it for 2 years and I'm just tired of it. The only place I found that would come look at it said they, "might be able to come out in May" and it's going to cost over $1,000 for them to come out. I'm going back to a machine brand I'm familiar with and know how to work on.Taking what to the scrap yard? What was the issue seeing it was without a doubt not the grind?
Everything is well cleaned, filters changed regularly even if they still look clean, using the same amount of coffee I've been using for the past 15 years packed the same way, coffee has been brought in ground by other grinders as stated in previous comments which is part of the reason I'm sure it's not the grind. I have a new machine coming in this month.Few other questions. How often do you change your water filter? How often do you break your grinder down and clean the burrs? Do you clean your portafilters with chemical? Dumb question but....is the filter in the portafilter? Lastly how much coffee are you dosing out per shot?
Hey I'm curious what machine you're throwing away. I'm in the market for a broken machine ("fun" home fix-er-up project) and I'm in Seattle (close enough?)I'm going back to a Rancilio. It's what I was trained on and they're easy to work on. I can't wait for it to get here.