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Posted Mon Aug 13, 2012, 8:27pm
Subject: Pro-M Espresso Knob Fell Off...Help!
 

So I just went to grind my not-too-unusual 11PM doubleshot, and midway through the grind the knob fell off!  I figured this wouldn't be a big deal to replace, but upon looking at the design, there doesn't seem to be any restriction in its placement.  In other words, I can place it back on the machine and have it read any number I choose.  I had noticed it was loose before (since I got it), and chalked it up to just a manufacturing anomoly, and nothing worth returning it over.  Now I'm wondering if the knob was ever properly calibrated to begin with.  Does anyone have any experience with this or any suggestions?  I could throw it back roughly where it was, but I'm not even sure if the number I had it on is actually that number, or simply where the knob was placed.  Help!  I have too much to do tonight before calling Chris Coffee in the morning! :P
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