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Remove the bean hopper. If it is full with beans, push in the stopper. There will be beans that have already passed into the grinding chamber. It’s best to grind out those beans.
Unscrew the set screw that holds the hopper in place. A Phillips head screwdriver is needed.
For safety purposes, power off the grinder and unplug from the electrical outlet.
To remove the top burr carrier, hold the setting lock button down and continuously turn the adjustment dial in the coarse direction (clockwise). It will take multiple turns.
Once the top burr carrier is off, you will have access to the burrs and the grinding chamber. You can clean the burrs with a wire brush. You can also sweep / scoop / vacuum out any excess coffee you may find.
If you need to replace the burrs, you will need an Allen key screw to remove the 3 screws that are holding each burr.
You also have access to the coffee chute if it gets clogged. You can use a brush or any thin tool to push any coffee grinds through.
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