I have a problem with the C40 and the Red Clix.
After disassembly for cleaning (which I do regularly), I removed the Red Clix to return the original module. I then noticed that the grinder did not want to return to the zero position (the point from which we count the clicks).
As a reminder, here is what society says for this zero point:
WHERE IS ZERO? Hold your grinder horizontally. When the burrs are open, the handle will turn to the 6 o'clock position. Slowly closing the burrs / tightening the grind, click here to get started (from 9 o'clock, for example). The burrs hold the handle still. (If you tighten the burrs even further than this, you are going to click -1, -2, etc., so to speak., So do not go to the burrs). As you open the burr from zero point, you can count the number of clicks to your grind setting.
Very convenient to locate it.
But today, tightening, the handle always falls when it should remain in position 9h. It worked very well before and I do not see what I did different from my previous cleanings.
I then reassembled the Red Clix but the problem persists.
I tried to grind, the setting is not good and I felt a resistance. I then stopped, obviously and by dismounting I then found that one of the spacers had been damaged (see photo). In short, at the price of the grinder, I dare not touch anything.