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hayden888
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Posted Sun Nov 18, 2012, 12:26am
Subject: Conti--not Eureka--brand grinder
 

I have a Conti grinder, maybe an M-7000. I can only find the actual picture of one on Conti espresso machines website, but little else there or elsewhere. Mine is at least 7 years old. I need some parts and a spec sheet and after hours Googling, I can find nothing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Posted Sun Nov 18, 2012, 5:31pm
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The M7000 looks like a Cunill to me.

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Posted Mon Nov 19, 2012, 9:38am
Subject: Re: Conti--not Eureka--brand grinder
 

What's odd is that the grinder has a cover on the bottom from a Cunill Marfil which originally led me to believe it was a Cunill. The big letters on the doser spelling Conti are more compelling however, especially since I saw the exact grinder on Conti's W/S. I am not sure the model because Conti does not really feature its grinders nor differentiate between the 7000 and the M5000. I wrote them asking for names of suppliers for parts, etc. This grinder is massive and I have no room for it, but don't feel good about selling it unless I can point someone to a parts supplier for the hopper lids.
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