Hello, I bought my Rancilio Rocky grinder in 2006. Lately, it has problems grinding the coffee. The motor works fine, but it just doesn't grind. so no coffee comes out. Does that mean the blades are finished and I should replace them? Or what other problems may that be? thx sophia russell
Do you sell the screws that attach the Rancilio Rocky Burrs to the machine? They are a very small headed slot screw that fit in a cavity of the burr. Regular screws available at a hardware store (I've bought no less than 10 different scres types) do not fit, the head does not fit into the cavity so they protrude above the burrs.
Can yon help me?
also do you have a coupon code that I can use with this purchase
how often should you replace Rockey burrs
Hi, My Rocky is a bit over 2 years old and I go through about 1 pound of coffee a week, so I suppose I've used a bit over 100 pounds since I bought it. I've always had to grind pretty find to get the golden rule on my Gaggia classic, but now even on the finest setting, I'm getting 10-15 second gushing shots on various coffees that are 3-5 days off-roast. I regularly clean the burrs and have used the teflon tape on the carriage threads so that my true zero point is at 2, and I'm grinding at 3 with poor results. Do you think it's time to replace the burrs?
Also, I've removed and replaced my current burrs twice while cleaning in the last couple of years. Is it possible to to adversely affect grinding by over-tightening the burr screws?