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by eliosanchez93, 2 minutes ago in Buying Advice
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Buying advice for Coffee Cart.

Hi ! I'm not sure if here is a good place for this or no but I was wondering if anyone has a good website with decent prices for Coffee cups by bulk and good deal... I'm trying to make this out of a business and obviously biggest expenses will be Cups, lids, beans etc But I wondering if anyone here had experienced with this and currently ether owns a coffee shop or something similar to a coffee ca...
by jgrosjean, 4 minutes ago in Repairs, Restorations & Mods
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Trips circuit breaker yesterday and works today. What next?

Of course possible, but no leaks or spills that I know of.
by jgrosjean, 8 minutes ago in Repairs, Restorations & Mods
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Trips circuit breaker yesterday and works today. What next?

It was tripping the breaker at the box.
by MattS, 28 minutes ago in Home Roasting
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Quest M6 (1lb) - arriving by year end

Yeah, I meant having the tank inside. I haven't yet blown myself up with all kinds of NG appliances in my house, so I'm sure the same could be true with propane :) I have seen pictures of people doing all kinds of crazy things, including having a propane tank inside to roast.
by nuketopia, 35 minutes ago in Repairs, Restorations & Mods
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Quick Mill Anita vacuum breaker valve problem?

Could be, but impossible to say. Best bet is pick a safe spot and turn it on, watch for the leak. The vacuum breaker might be in play, but it seems like something else might be at play. As long as there is steam pressure, it will stay shut. If something else lets go and the steam rips out, the VB valve will of course drop. How's the safety release valve looking? A very common issue on these QM mac...
by JohnB., 36 minutes ago in Home Roasting
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Quest M6 (1lb) - arriving by year end

We've had a propane range in the house for years, hasn't blown up yet :lol: . Hopefully no one is hauling a propane tank inside their house to roast. My set up is similar to Michael's except I built a box that fits into a window with an insulated duct pass through for venting hooked up to my 4" flex hose over pressure valve inside. In the window when I roast, out when I'm done. Tank with regu...
by nuketopia, 44 minutes ago in Coffees
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La Marzocco Home Espresso Subscription - Onda Origins

Settling in now with a little more post roast time. Nice "winey" flavors coming through, less bright and more even. Running 20g dose and 38 out, total time of about 38-40s, with 28-30 of flow time on the LMLM, temperature around 201. Looking forward to this as it settles in next few days.
by NEcoffeesnob, 47 minutes ago in Home Roasting
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Where to buy used coffee roasters

That's in the US forum. I've successfully been added to the World forum, but I applied to the US forum and haven't yet been added. I cancelled my request from last week and tried applying again to join.
by chipman, Today, 4:37 pm in Coffees
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Top 5 Coffee Roasters

I wonder what ever happened to Zin1953? He was at one time a very prolific poster.
by homeburrero, Today, 4:14 pm in Lever Espresso Machines
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Trying to Date a La Pavoni Europiccola

I think the main thing is to make sure the ground is good and be sure to plug it into a GFCI or RCD protected outlet. The wiring scheme on the three position lighted switch can be a little confusing. If you neglected to make a sketch or pic of the wiring you can use the one at F. Ceccarelli: "one with the correct spring" (it is weaker and has more coils than a professional or a later mod...