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Grinders are one of the keys to exceptional espresso. Discuss them here.
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eggyeggs wrote:Hello everyone,
I've done 1 week with my mizen p64, still learning it's ins and outs.
Ive found that the shots ground at zero are still running far too quickly. Wondering if there is a way to recalibrate the zero mark? The burrs don't chirp at zero either.

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You can recalibrate the zero. Option O has a few videos on their website that show you how.
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#2403: Post by coldcoffee »

Has anyone been able to re-calibrate the older models to zero?

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The older models use stickers and do not have an adjustable scale

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Thanks

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eggyeggs wrote:Hello everyone,
I've done 1 week with my mizen p64, still learning it's ins and outs.
Ive found that the shots ground at zero are still running far too quickly. Wondering if there is a way to recalibrate the zero mark? The burrs don't chirp at zero either.

Thanks
I have experienced the same issue. I talked to Option-O and they sent me instructions on how to recalibrate the zero point:
Mine was touching at 4 ticks past zero. It now chirps at zero exactly. While I am not going to declare victory yet, I am seeing better results and was able to grind a light roast at .3 and actually found it to be a bit too fine.

One other update from my end... it turns out my unit was shipped without a de-clumping screen. Hopefully this will solve the last of my problems, and explained why the grind is always dominant on the right hand side of the chute.

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#2407: Post by jfjj »

Screen?
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#2408: Post by Scott_29 replying to jfjj »

This photo was sent to me by Option-O - If you look at the top of the chute, you will see it in there. The grinder chute on the unit I received has absolutely nothing in the chute at all. They said it was "very abnormal" for such a thing to happen, but it's very clearly missing on my unit and they have arranged to send me the part.


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#2409: Post by jfjj »

Interesting, i don't think I have that either. Time to open up the unit :)
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#2410: Post by soojineee »

That's some terrible QC-I'll check my grinder next time I clean it.