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K30 Burr Carrier Problem

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Does any one know where is the best place to get an upper burr carrier from? Had a look on the Mahlkonig website but it doesn't give any suppliers of parts in the UK as far as I can see.


The upper carrier in the machine I have just got has been 'hacked-about' a bit as its previous owner said that he'd had a problem with it jamming a while ago and had to force it to get it out.

The machine still works fine but I wanted to replace the burrs anyway and thought it prudent to replace the upper carrier whilst I am at it.

The grinder is the older version so does anyone know if its worth (or indeed possible) to change it to the newer style unit with the three screws holding the carrier? Would more parts need to be changed if I did this?


Any help would be appreciated even if its just pointing me in the direction of a UK supplier.



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I've managed to track down someone who can supply the parts I need, so all sorted now.



Can you please share where can you order some parts? I am interested as well for my K30, would like to buy a few parts to update chamber.

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