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Posted Sat May 21, 2005, 9:56am
Subject: Re: Cory filter rods
 

b512 Said:

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Still,don't give up on the Silex just yet It's a lovely piece of equipment.

Posted May 20, 2005 link

But if it ain't happening.....move on...put it in it's lovely box and glance wistfully at it every now and then...


Might try the Bodum stovetop...don't know which cory filter I would need...
Cheers!

 
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Posted Sat May 21, 2005, 10:04am
Subject: Re: Cory filter rods
 

IMAWriter Said:

Might try the Bodum stovetop...don't know which cory filter I would need...
Cheers!

Posted May 21, 2005 link

Rob, any Cory rod., both the "new" & "old" Cory rods will work. I've never had any problems with the stock plastic Bodum filter for the manual Bodum Santos  model #1208.

 
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Posted Sat May 21, 2005, 10:09am
Subject: Re: Cory filter rods
 

Thanks...CA/Barry..we should probably take this thread PM and bcc our posts to each other....
can you give barry my email address? (the Good one)

 
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Posted Sat May 21, 2005, 10:18am
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Will do Rob!
Can you give me Barry's email address please if you have it when you asked him, as Barry doesn't have a public email address listed on his profile page. I need it to send him an email with your email address! {;-D

If you guys downloaded AOL Aim instant messenger, we could have a 3 way chat, or as many people wanted to come in on a chat room that you just click on to enter. It's also a great program to just drag & drop pics, files, pdf's, etc, into the communication window. {:-)

 
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Roaster: Behmor 1600, CO/UFO combo
Posted Mon May 23, 2005, 8:41pm
Subject: Re: Cory filter rods
 

Last comment/questions (from me) re Silex....
Not sure I got a definitive answer as to whether the gasket coming off at the end of every brew (remaining with the lower pot) is normal...the gasket is a not an ultra tight fit...it slips on realeasylike.
Also, when i do as Craig suggested, attaching the upper prior to adding coffee, I'm getting large ammount of steam..looks more like smoke...exiting out the top, till I add the coffee....and
Even keeping the gas up to what I'd call medium (between 5 and 60, the upper is hardly bubbling...on my Infuze, and Bodums, there is much agitation...which leads me to believe there is heat escaping from somewhere, which also leads me to believe this may not be an original gasket...I may contact the seller...
Craig, how can I check that the pot I have is , in fact, the "Aiken" model?
Looking for a Bodum stovetop...maybe....

 
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Posted Tue May 24, 2005, 6:57am
Subject: Re: Cory filter rods
 

IMAWriter Said:

Last comment/questions (from me) re Silex....
Not sure I got a definitive answer as to whether the gasket coming off at the end of every brew (remaining with the lower pot) is normal...the gasket is a not an ultra tight fit...it slips on realeasylike.

Posted May 23, 2005 link

I thought I answered that before Rob., no it's not normal.

Also, when i do as Craig suggested, attaching the upper prior to adding coffee, I'm getting large ammount of steam..looks more like smoke...exiting out the top, till I add the coffee....and

It's just the water vapor being released & hitting the cooler upper bowl.

Even keeping the gas up to what I'd call medium (between 5 and 60, the upper is hardly bubbling...on my Infuze, and Bodums, there is much agitation...which leads me to believe there is heat escaping from somewhere, which also leads me to believe this may not be an original gasket...I may contact the seller...

As I mentioned earlier, the gasket is loose & the steam/vapor is leaking between the gasket & the top globes glass & not much is making it to the top globe, but enough to hold all the water up "North".

Craig, how can I check that the pot I have is , in fact, the "Aiken" model?
Looking for a Bodum stovetop...maybe....

I've checked the only informative source that I know of, Brian Harris's excellent Vacuum brewer website. http://www.baharris.org/coffee/Manufacturers.htm#S

You could always ask the question about your model of Silex on alt.coffee Rob, maybe someone will have the answer., & Brian Harris himself posts there & will answer if you post & pose the question to him. {:-)

Hope this helps..

 
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Drip: Brazen, Kalita, Chemex,...
Roaster: Behmor 1600, CO/UFO combo
Posted Tue May 24, 2005, 7:11pm
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You bet, CA...
I've joined alt.coffee, but not sure how to post...I don't want my email address showing up...does it automatically show up when you post?

 
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Drip: Behmor BraZen, BUNN VPR-APS,...
Roaster: Refurb Behmor 1600, BBQ...
Posted Tue May 24, 2005, 7:51pm
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Rob, yes it shows up when you post. I use Outlook Express 6 & I munge the email address in "Properties", Email address: the field; & put in my deletethis. part. In the Reply address field: the unmunged email address.

With my Gmail account, I don't see a way for me to do this as it just has the Email address: field

Posting through Google Groups, alt.coffee., I'm not sure.., I'll look right now.
Cheers!

Quote: The group you are posting to is a Usenet group. Messages posted to this group will make your email visible to anyone on the Internet.

My Gmail address through my Gmail account is munged as I just checked it.

 
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Posted Mon Feb 13, 2006, 2:07pm
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Hi all.  I have used the search feature and read all of this thread concerning Cory rods but didn't find my question answered as such.  I understand that all of the rods seem to work well and be interchangable with each other.  Are there no difference in sizes?  Does size matter?  I have noticed on ebay that bids on some rods with certain numbers seem to be very brisk while other rods fail to draw a bid.  Could it be that collectors are looking for certain rod numbers that match up correctly with their model vac pot?  I have an old vac pot that could use a rod, as well as a Yama.  Will a Cory rod work for both?

My first post. . . Thanks!
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Posted Mon Feb 13, 2006, 8:35pm
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Hi Ken,

Welcome to the Coffeegeek forums! {;-D

Yes there are differences in the sizes, but it really shouldn't matter if at all.The "New Cory" rods are longer & more slender on the end that extends down into the vac pots top downspout. The older Cory rods are shorter & fatter on the end that extends down into the vac pots top downspout plus some minor surface pebbling texture that's a little coarser  than the new ones.

On the old Cory rods the pebbling texture is broken by a clear glass seam approx  1/8th of an inch wide, with no pebbling texture there.

Yes the "Old" & "New" Cory rods will work great, trust me., I have enough vac pots LOL!

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