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Just refurbing this MC7. The top nut is missing but the lower burr carrier is fixed solid. Looks safe to run or i shouldn't as it will come loose once spinning? In other words is the burr carrier secured with the missing nut or additional screws underneath?

 

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Sage Duo Temp - La Cimbali 6/S A 64mm flat burr + numerous projects: Sunbeam, Ascaso, Gaggia

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What happened to the nut ? What is securing the lower carrier to the shaft? The carrier may be keyed to the shaft  but that does not retain the carrier to the shaft.

 

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What happened to the nut ? What is securing the lower carrier to the shaft? The carrier may be keyed to the shaft  but that does not retain the carrier to the shaft.
 
I bought it faulty. So basically the nut is what keeps it in place only. So try to source one before testing?

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Usually a nut and washer, difficulty may arise if it is a L/hand thread unless you can obtain an original part.

Check hand of thread and diameter / pitch. Then check parts suppliers.

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