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Elizabeth Morrison

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Elizabeth Morrison buzzed about a product...
at 03-17-2011 7:19pm
Krups KM7000 Pro Grinder and Brewer
Krups KM7000 Pro Grinder and Brewer

Is the ginder construction steel burr conical grinder or plastic? Is it able to produce a fine espresso type grind? And, does it grind the amount of beans based upon the number of cups specified?

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Mike Russo ♦ Elizabeth...Thank you for your interest in the Krups KM7000 Pro Grinder and Brewer. You will not be able to grind coffee beans fine enough for espresso with this machine. The grinder in this unit has steel burrs, and It grinds according to how many cups you are brewing.
Thanks.

03-18-2011 8:34am |

Scott Brill

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at 06-22-2010 6:35pm
Krups KM7000 Pro Grinder and Brewer
Krups KM7000 Pro Grinder and Brewer

My Krups Pro Grind/Brew pump seems to have suddenly stopped working. The grinder still grinds, but there is no pump/filtration action. Could this be due to calcification, and if so, should I try to descale, or is it too late?

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BaristaCorner Hello Scott, We always recommend that you attempt to decalcify in a situation such as this. It certainly can not hurt. We would recommend using a product such as Urnex Cleancaf which we have on sale right now for $9.35 for a 3-pack. Unfortunately, beyond this, you would have to contact Krups directly about this since they would hold the warranty on the equipment. They can be reached at 800-526-5377. If your warranty has expired, we would be happy to help you with your next machine purchase.

06-23-2010 10:18am |

Pat Henning

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at 12-26-2009 2:52pm
Krups KM7000 Pro Grinder and Brewer
Krups KM7000 Pro Grinder and Brewer

The coffee is extremely weak. This has not happened before, but now it doesn't seem to be grinding enough beans for the amount of cups of water.

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Tracys ♦ Pat,

Thanks for the great question. You may want to try and change the grind setting to a finer grind and also increase the dosage or amount of coffee. I also would suggest cleaning the grinder. This should get you back to great coffee.

12-31-2009 4:34pm |