North Coffee TJ-067 / JYR-1DA Roaster Early Discovery Notes - Page 22

Discuss roast levels and profiles for espresso, equipment for roasting coffee.
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drgary
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#211: Post by drgary »

saoye wrote:There seems to be variations of these roasters in the market nowadays so check that it's what you are expecting before purchasing.
Dillon:

It's great that you're getting good roasts. Your quote above seems like a warning though. What have you heard that concerns you? Or are you just telling people to make sure to choose the options they want?
Gary
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saoye

#212: Post by saoye » replying to drgary »

My own personal experience with my roaster and the seller has been excellent to date so I don't have any complaints so far.
There are plenty in this forum that indicates some variations in experiences and componentry (eg PID) so I am only suggesting others ask the right questions to make sure they get what they are expecting.

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drgary
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#213: Post by drgary »

Thank you. So far so good here, but the roaster is still on the water. At that price for this much roaster if I have to replace a PID it's no biggie but I don't expect that.
Gary
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