[Homeroast] Rocky Burrs

Barry Luterman lutermanb at gmail.com
Sat Apr 20 23:13:03 CDT 2013


Did you have much trouble getting the bottom burr off the brass carrier.The
brass has been known to bend if a lot of care is not used in removing the
bottom burr


On Sat, Apr 20, 2013 at 9:02 PM, Larry Dorman <ldorman at gmail.com> wrote:

> So... Friday the new burrs for my Rocky came in from Espresso Parts.  Yay!
>
> Since that time, I can't get a good shot to save my life.  Boo!
>
> I'm using the same espresso machine (Quickmill Andreja Premium), tamper,
> process, etc. that I've been using for a little over a year.  I'm also
> using the same batch of beans that I've had zero problems with prior to
> changing the burrs.
>
> I've tried grinder finer (all the way to what I have set as zero) and
> coarser (up to 5).  I've tried tamping lighter and harder.  I've tried
> filling the basket (a double) more and less full.
>
> I'm stumped.  This is good ol' fashioned Monkey Blend which I have tons of
> experience.
>
> I've taken my Rocky apart before for thorough cleanings, so I'm familiar
> with how to set zero.
>
> Any ideas?  I just took the brass carrier out, did another cleaning, and
> reset to zero just in case I had a brain fart Friday.
>
> Thanks for any thoughts...
>
> LarryD
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