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Anybody else experienced this? As I understand it the overheat protection must have kicked in but on leaving to cool, still not budging. Has been 12 hours now and still stuck. Ideas anyone?? Not the end of the world as still under warranty but!!!
I've noticed that there's a bit of a DB owners club going on so thought a DTP club could be useful. Maybe use this as a place to share hints and tips. I know it's a fairly basic machine but they all still have little quirks. I'll start by posting a pic of my set up. Chrome DTP with dose control pro grinder. Please excuse my horrible kitchen walls. This is the last room left to renovate [emoji23][emoji23]
Well I've been messing with my Sage grinder pro and DTP with supermarket beans and finally switched to fresh beans... Got a few bags from Rave.... I recorded my timings and would like opinions as most people are grinding on much lower settings yet I'm achieving good results (I think) on a high grind setting... The coffee tastes lovely by the way. 18grams of fresh beans ground down using grind setting 14. I'm getting out of my DTP 36gram in 28 secs giving me a good head of crema. Dropping the grind setting to 8 and 10 it's taking a while longer to extract,approx 10 secs extra. Started another bag of beans tonight,thought I'd start at grind setting 12, again it took longer than 28secs... So maybe these beans have to be at setting for 14 from Rave? Reading on here a lot of people tend to grind below setting 8,so it's made me wonder why I'm not. I'm using a Motta tamper and am getting a nice level 'puck' (not sure the terminology of this sorry).... Any ideas out there or should I just 'get on with enjoying coffee'! Thanks in advance Paul