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Iberital MC2 clean

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Feeling pleased with myself, grinder has been making a horrible noise for a few days so I’ve stripped and cleaned it (which I meant to do anyway since purchasing on here over a month ago), gave everything a good clean.  Traced noise to the bottom bushing/drive shaft interface. But of lithium grease (food safe would be better but I didn’t have any and it’s not in contact with anything I’ll consume). 
 

put it all back together and got it dialled in, much quieter and seems to grind a little faster as well. 
 

One question, mine doesn’t have the sticker for grind setting on the hopper, but the hopper does spin a little when the grinder is running so it wouldn’t work anyway, have I got an earlier version or something??

 

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Mine had a sticker, but the hopper turned as you described so I removed it as it was pointless.

 

 


Gear:   Gaggia Classic, La Pavoni Europiccola, Niche zero.

At work:  Aeropress, Porlex mini.

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