[Homeroast] Broken Rocky

Poutinen, Jay jpoutine at uwsp.edu
Sun Oct 24 16:05:54 CDT 2010


When my Rocky stopped, I took the top burr out, but it was so tight I had to use a tool to get it unscrewed.  At first glance it looked fine, but then I noticed pulverized bean filling the notches that are perpendicular to the threads of the top burr.  I cleaned it and it worked fine.

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On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 1:36 PM, Ian Gowen <ian.gowen at gmail.com> wrote:

> So I just moved across the country, and my Rocky started flaking out
> after I arrived. I'd flip the switch and nothing would happen. At
> first, I could give the side of it a good thwack and it would start,
> but now it just does nothing. Taking it apart and cleaning it didn't
> seem to help either.
>
> I've had it for a few years; is it most likely that my motor burned
> out, or could there be
> something simple wrong with it that I'm missing?
>
> thanks,
> -Ian
>
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