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Introduction

This guide gets you into this classic coffee grinder.(You will get some extra jealous looks from your hipster friends because it's soooo vintage ;-D)

Parts

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  1. First, remove the coffee powder container
    • First, remove the coffee powder container

  2. Remove the cap of the bean container
    • Remove the cap of the bean container

  3. Now it's time to rotate the bean container anti-clockwise to remove it from the machine Now it's time to rotate the bean container anti-clockwise to remove it from the machine
    • Now it's time to rotate the bean container anti-clockwise to remove it from the machine

  4. Here you can see the mill wheel which is now ready to be cleaned
    • Here you can see the mill wheel which is now ready to be cleaned

  5. Back to the bean container! After a short cleaning action you should be able to loosen this three Philips screws After a short cleaning action you should be able to loosen this three Philips screws
    • Back to the bean container!

    • After a short cleaning action you should be able to loosen this three Philips screws

  6. Now the bean container is completely disassembled and ready for some cleaning work! Now the bean container is completely disassembled and ready for some cleaning work!
    • Now the bean container is completely disassembled and ready for some cleaning work!

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Daniel

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Hi Daniel,

Thanks for the tutorial.

Would you have, by any chance, the usermanual of the grinder?

I’m wondering to what grinding size the numbering is corresponding to.

Many thanks! :)

Best regards,

Greg

freestyle_on_the_moon - Reply

I have this same issue! Did you ever find out? Im guessing that the grind size of the KMM1 is the same as the KMM20? So left (where it says mocca)for finest grind, right for the largest grind?

Will Clempson -

Umm.. My bottom burr doesn’t seem to have screws and look like rivits. maybe previous owner stripped the screws :(

Zarni Ko - Reply

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