Did some searching and can't seem to find an exact answer.
1 Zero point - from a few readings I did, it seems this is trivial - so long as you have the grind setting at espresso level, it's just a matter of doing micro adjustments to get it right. **To be honest, I don't know what visual cues I should be looking for on the burrs touching, should I be looking down by lifting the top funnel or removing the magnetize bottom funnel and looking at the 2 flat disc from the bottom?**
2. Should I be worried when I'm adjusting finer if small remaining beans are stuck between the burrs? I know for the Vario you need to have the motor running to adjust finer.
3. When making adjustments (to fine), do you hold on to the flywheel handle to ensure it stays steady and does not spin? I noticed that initially when adjusting finer, the flywheel handle would move (not sure if it's clockwise/counterclockwise) - did I actually change the setting if that happens? To simplify, should the flywheel handle be at the 6 pm position to properly change settings?
4. A complete newbie question specifically for the HG1. Let's say hypothetically "0" is the perfect grind setting for a specific espresso machine - how much play do you have when changing bean variety (Light, Medium, Dark)? The HG1 has 5x Micro notches per Macro setting. +/- 5 micro? +/- 10 micro? More? I am having a hard time grasping this concept when dialing in.
Any tip would be much appreciated
Dialing this in with my Pavoni - and I think I spent WAY too much time on "Finding your zero" and turning 450 degrees from Zero!