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  1. #441
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    about 3 months?

  2. #442
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    About 2 hours!

    Been on many of these fora in holland, this is exactly what I've been looking for.
    Vibiemme Domobar - Mazzer SJ (doserless) - Hario V60 - Essex based

  3. #443
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    Was just over a week after I found the forum...

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    1 month

  5. #445
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    I reckon about a week. Really great little forum.

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    A couple of months, reading all about the Gaggia Classic...

  7. #447
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    I've joined straight away, found the forum while searching for espresso tips online, wish I'd discovered it a few months ago.

  8. #448
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    Lurked for two weeks. Want to sell my oracle and get a ecm

  9. #449
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    Months! Been waiting to buy a low cost machine with great depth of flavour. Have gone with an older low costs Fracino Little gem, and grinder. With the view to really understand coffee in the coming years and upgrade to the right machine.

  10. #450
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    So my next question is, best way to service a machine yourself? Descale and other options which don't need to bring someone in?

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