[Homeroast] Dead Mazzer SJ

Joseph Robertson theotherjo at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 17:51:54 CDT 2011

Nice idea Paul.
I thought Mazzer had a toggle switch option to put in the place of the timer
switch. My two have run so well for so long I have never had to mess with

On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 3:27 AM, comcast.net Paul Goelz <pgoelz@> wrote:

> At 02:06 AM 3/23/2011, you wrote:
>> My question is this: the replacement timer is $81 and I feel that is too
>> much to spend on a switch, albeit much cheaper than a new grinder, just
>> seems excessive.  Is there any other way that I could use a different
>> switch, or foot pedal? to avoid the cost of this relatively simple timer.  I
>> am going to bring the timer to Platt(electrical parts supplier) or
>> Norvac(electronics supply house)  tomorrow and see if I can find a suitable
>> replacement.  Chassis modification of the SJ may be neccesary, I at least
>> expect to drill some new holes to mount the switch
> Bypass the timer and install a switch in the line cord?  Simple and no
> chassis mods needed.  You can get line cord mounted switches in the hardware
> store for a couple bucks.
> Paul
> Paul Goelz
> Rochester Hills, Michigan USA
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Joseph Robertson
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