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    Default How to remove the arm from ROK grinder?

    Has anybody taken the arm off? Would like to do that in order to send to Dan in the original box. Not sure how to achieve it. The original instructions in picture.

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    Hold the burrs and turn anti-clockwise?
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    As above

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    Yup, would reccomend wrapping a lot of electrical tape or a load of elastic bands round the shaft and holding with pliers or mole grips.

    I do mean a lot as well, pliers will cut through a small amount and damage the shaft.

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    Why the pliers? Can't you hold the black piece at the bottom just above the burrs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomilknosugar View Post
    Why the pliers? Can't you hold the black piece at the bottom just above the burrs?
    That's the adjustment for grind size. Perhaps you could get it to the minimum grind size and then it'd lock and let the arm free but I'm not sure if it would do that or if anything else would happen.

    Thanks all for the suggestions. In the end I've gone with a bigger box, because I'd hate to damage it having sold it finally :-).
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    Could you not just take the handle off the arm?
    I'm like commodity coffee...

    ... bitter.

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