[Homeroast] Dead Mazzer SJ
lutermanb at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 09:20:43 CDT 2011
If the old timer switch lasted 20 plus years. A new one costs out at 4
dollars per year and you save the integrity of the machine. You saved at
least that much on the Hottop. Replace it with original parts. Consider
yourself lucky it wasn't the motor or like Les it didn't fall down a flight
On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 6:41 AM, John Borella <jborella at ct.metrocast.net>wrote:
> Why not just replace the timer switch with a simple toggle off/on switch?
> You will need to source one with the correct amp rating but you should be
> able to mount it in the existing switch hole.
> John B.
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