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Quick question. Had my shower screen for a couple of years now. Recently have noticed that it looks a little ‘saggy’. And is leaving an indent on the puck. Do these things fail after a time. The stock screen that I haven’t used looks a tight mesh ??


Londinium R, Hg-one, button tamper, vst,ims,V60,siphon,aeropress...and still no idea

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Quick question. Had my shower screen for a couple of years now. Recently have noticed that it looks a little ‘saggy’. And is leaving an indent on the puck. Do these things fail after a time. The stock screen that I haven’t used looks a tight mesh ??
surely the odd bump with a PF rim will leave its mark... that and constant temp stress must have an effect. I've seen this in commercial machines a couple times now, not on my home equipment though.

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Buy a new one! IMS is the way to go.......

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Ha! It’s the ims screen that’s gone saggy !!


Londinium R, Hg-one, button tamper, vst,ims,V60,siphon,aeropress...and still no idea

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Maybe it’s not sagging then. Might be the change in bean. I’ll try and get a photo for anyone with the ims 35 to compare to


Londinium R, Hg-one, button tamper, vst,ims,V60,siphon,aeropress...and still no idea

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Maybe it’s not sagging then. Might be the change in bean. I’ll try and get a photo for anyone with the ims 35 to compare to


Londinium R, Hg-one, button tamper, vst,ims,V60,siphon,aeropress...and still no idea

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