[Homeroast] need a quick fix for my Behmor drum cannot close it!
thoeg at get2net.dk
Wed Jul 27 11:28:15 CDT 2011
thanks the simple way did it. A few paper clips will keep my roasting until
drums arive in Europe again, hopefully not in the too distant future.
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] need a quick fix for my Behmor drum cannot close
If you can find a couple of lobster-claw jewelry clasps (stainless-steel,
the bigger the better), they'll fit through the mesh and hold the door-flap
closed. (Use pliers to open the jaws if hot, or remove the drum and let it
cool first). Failing that, I'd suggest stripping the paper from twist-ties
and twisting the bare wires closed just enough that you can either reopen
them after the roast or snip them open and discard them. Even a paper clip
On Jul 26, 2011, at 1:18 PM, Claus Thøgersen wrote:
> I have played around with external cooling after all the reports about the
> too long cooling process in the Behmor. and I have finally found
> something that works and ccool the beans in less than 4 minutes.
> In my tests I have taken out the drum in the way you should not, taken it
> out while the motor was still spinning the drum. The way to do it is of
> course to stop the Behmor and then take out the drum.
> This has resulted in the henge or whatever you call the thing that locks
> the top of the drum in place, cannot hold the led tide. Of course the
> Danish dealer does not have drums I g can get to replace my drum. The
> problem is that the European distributor is out of drums too, and there is
> no word of how long it will take before a new drum is available.
> Since my only problem is to find a way of closing the drum, a way that
> will be able to survive the heat in the roaster, I hope to find a
> sollution I can use until a new drum is available. Any ideas of something
> that can survive the heat?
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