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by Jonk, Today, 4:20 am in Grinders
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Fellow Ode brew grinder review

As far as I know they haven't been released yet. You might find a few mentions about prototypes sent out for testing, that's all
by m3xo, Today, 4:19 am in Espresso Machines
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Faema e61 group differences

Hello! I'm about to get an e61, but unfortunately it's 2000km away and I can't see it live. My question is what is the difference between these two types of groups. {image} {image}
by Jonk, Today, 4:14 am in Lever Espresso Machines
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Cafelat Robot User Experience

It seemed Sprometheus just didn't understand how pre-infusion works and was given a bogus theory in an effort to explain what he was experiencing. There is some merit to coarsening up the grind as a way to increase extraction, as explained in this article: {link} (or just look up turbo shots)
by Kaffee Bitte, Today, 3:30 am in Lever Espresso Machines
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La Pavoni Stradivari leak under base.

Found the leak. It's right by the back boiler nut. By rebuild I mean I am going to pull it apart, clean it, and put it back together with new o rings, gaskets, seals, and other parts as needed. Seems the best going forward. It's been pulling shots for fifteen years like the a champ, but I
by ltanzil, Today, 2:49 am in Grinders
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SSP Lab Sweet 64mm

same question, have you modified the stock declumper? stock on produce fines at the end of the grind, that might cause the bitterness
by slowpod, Today, 2:45 am in Lever Espresso Machines
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La Pavoni Stradivari leak under base.

Looks exactly like the problem I had recently with the Gaggia Factory. I did replace the base, but after taking the base apart I realised only the seal (between the base and the boiler) needs replacing. The rest of the base was perfectly okay, just need a bit of cleaning. I would suggest have a look at replacing the seal
by ltanzil, Today, 2:34 am in Grinders
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SSP Lab Sweet 64mm

Yes it does. i but you have to make sure first that the inverter can work with single phase output and secondly it should have torque boost feature at low rpm. Panasonic VF0 fit those requirements. df64 is Simple permanent capacitor split motor. so it can be controlled. one caveat though, the switch and control pcb of the df64
by KindCoffeeOnline, Today, 2:08 am in Grinders
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Fellow Ode brew grinder review

Do you know which version of the burrs you received with the ode? 1/1.1/2? I'm probably going to buy an ode to replace my filter grinder soon, I know i can get the V2 burrs, but if they still dont go fine enough for light roasts then I'll order some SSP burrs at the same time. I'm
by nameisjoey, Today, 1:52 am in Lever Espresso Machines
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Cafelat Robot User Experience

Yeah, I haven't ever experienced that either and have always been quite confused by his experience as I haven't heard it anywhere else
by Kaffee Bitte, Today, 1:05 am in Lever Espresso Machines
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La Pavoni Europiccola stainless piston sleeve.

Well it has been fifteen years since I swapped out my first plastic sleeve on that machine so that episode is lost to time. Lol. Quick little change though for the Stradivari at least. I was having a hard time popping the PF gasket out of the gen 3 though. Haven't had a reason to as it's only 7 months