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Just took purchase of a Mazzer SJ.

 

Have just got home to put some beans through it and they (from how he told me to set it up) very coarse! I put on the top burr and hand tighten thread.

 

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this is the resulting grind!!

 

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Black hopper lid filled with same cachoeira beans ground in my MC2 and in cup is same beans ground with SJ.

 

HELP!! :eek

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Tighten the top burr until it stops (grinder off) then loosen it up around an inch or two.

 

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HA! Im now [email protected] of the week, was an old bean stuck between burrs. Working like a dream now. Boy its so fast compared to MC2 :D


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Doesn't seem to take much to alter the grind a great deal. I only turned it maybe 1-2cm and changed by a good 8-10secs shot time. The grinds are real nice and consistent :)


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Will be keen to know how you get on with the super jolly compared to the mc2 . I'm considering ditching my mc2


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Will let you know better in morning. Just pulled a double espresso in 22 secs. Needs a minor adjustment to more fine but I tell you what, it even tasted pretty darn good at 22 secs. Brazilian Fazenda Passeio PN. They're a real forgiving bean. The grind comes out very consistent and really really quick!


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The SuperJolly is now dialled in, what an amazing grinder it is when you get it on that sweet spot! Shots are very smooth using Bolivian Finca Montano which I am now getting so many new flavours out of. It's a huge leap from my old grinder and cant ever imagine needing to upgrade it. It's actually much too good for domestic use alone haha.


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So you convinced te seller to remove it from eBay then? Hope you got it for a good price


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Ha! he lived quite close to me. Was a student who was strapped for cash. I relieved him of his 2007 version SJ for a very very good price indeed :D


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Thinking of making my own Mazzer Adjustment Rod with some M5 studding and an 5mm plastic end knob.


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I already make one if you want one?


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Yeah that would be great. Saves me a trip to B&Q :)


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I'm looking for one as well - can you let me know the details?

 

Also - my adjustment collar on my Royal has a couple of adjustment rods broken off in the threads - any idea how to get them out?


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Might just post a thread in the for sale section


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Ah right, didnt realise you were trying to sell me one. Sure I can make one myself with some M5 studding and a plastic end knob.


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Easy enough to make yourself, mine are pretty nice and not brittle like the oem ones, good luck, didn't get a response about stripping your sj, hope you managed it yourself, bridging the auto function is pretty simple and allows you to remove the auto flap in the hopper.


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Ah yeah, give you a shout later today. Been away at friends in Southampton and not been at home. Only just back. Yeah I think removing the auto flap is big on my to-do list as can't get the brush near the outflow track. Having to waste a 2g purge each time.


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No probs it is an easy fix


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