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  1. Yeah 1st one seems best, you only have to do it once and it will work forever.
  2. I do get it but it is once every few shots not all the time.
  3. Dayks

    Dosing Cup

    Just be aware they aren't always great on sizing, I bought a 54mm one for my Sage and it was bigger than the Niche cup.
  4. No it's not just the new models, they all have that wiggle on the arm.
  5. I doubt either will happen, it's just coffee, it doesn't really let off that much gas. Or maybe tomorrow when I check my coffee drawer after being away for a week, I will find a bunch of exploded test tubes.
  6. Mine ordered direct from MBK arrived last week, but only just got from the post office as I was away from home and it seems they are now including a note.
  7. The issue with doing it that way, is having to find that spot again when cleaning the burrs, while if you calibrate you should only be a couple of numbers out at max, making it easy to dial in.
  8. Fair but to that point I (and many here) paid £360 for the Niche.
  9. If your setting has went up I can only imagine you did it wrong. It sounds like you moved the black guide to the calibration mark from the initial setting instead of tightening the silver throat to touch tight and then moving the black guide to the calibration mark.
  10. Using the below funnel with the sage (54mm) works well. Not tried without as I suspect it could be messy. https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/Coffee-Grinder-Dosing-Funnel-54-Mm-Coffee-Catcha-Catcher/16015348803 Edit - looks like they sell in 51 and 49 mm as well.
  11. I'm confused, are you running it when it is finger tight? As you really shouldn't. Are you sure you aren't moving the guide rather than the throat?
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