I've been making espresso for over 20 years and have been through 5-6 home burr grinders, so I decided it was definitely time to upgrade. I researched, read reviews, and talked to the guy who has serviced my LaPavoni Professional and decided on the Pasquini Moka. One of my criteria was that it...
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I'm confused by your calibration instructions. Perhaps I need to do a better job of cleaning my threads, but I don't ever hear any kind of "tell-tale chirp". Should this be obvious? Once I do hear the chirp, how do I set the adjustment collar so that absolute zero and the zero mark are equal?
Does the grind get finer with lower numbers? And coarser with higher numbers on the adjustment collar? or simply: which way do I turn the numbers to get finer coffee?
Can you please email me the instructions for cleaning and calibration the Moka. I need to clean the grounds hopper and can't figure out how to remove it from the machine. Thanks
A house guest messed up the grind size. I have taken it apart, cleaned it and now can't figure out how to re-calibrate the grind for espresso. Can someone guide me through it? Thanks
whats difference between standard and prosumer version? also - is this your favorite grinder for a home use fanatic? tx
As you did with Malcolm, can you please send the instructions to my email as well? Thank you so very much!
How do I clean the grounds hopper on my Pasquini Moka 90? It's all gunked up and I cant figure out how to get it of the machine which is the only way toget all of that old sstuff out of there?
After a couple of years I'm returning to home espresso/latte making (it's a question of milk intolerance, solved for at least the moment by using raw milk). Anyhow, my Pasquini Livia is back in service and I'm ready to try grinding my own beans again. I got out the Pasquini Moka grinder I used to use and it seems to be missing a part--a spring that pushes up on the pin that holds the grind wheel setting, on the left side of the machine. Do you know what I'm talking about? To set the grind you should be able to push down on the pin, against the missing spring, and turn the wheel. My pin just flops down and doesn't make contact with the grind setting wheel. I'm assuming that's why the machine won't turn on (which it won't)--that there's some sort of internal override with no pressure on the setting wheel. How do I order a replacement spring? Is there any other piece missing that you know of from this description? Thanks,
I own a Pasquini Moka and am looking for somewhere to send it to get it serviced and/or repaired. Do you have a service department or do you know of somewhere on the west coast I could send it. We live in Oregon.