dipardoo Senior Member Joined: 13 Jan 2013 Posts: 2 Location: London Expertise: Just starting
Posted Sun Jan 13, 2013, 3:37am Subject: Replacement washer for Hario Skerton
Hello, I'm new here and desperate! I put the tiny plastic washer from my Hario Skerton grinder in a safe place and i've now lost it. Does anybody know what size it is or where I can get something like it from so I can replace it?
I've searched around and found lots of posts on modifying Hario Skertons but that's beyond me at the moment (I'm a complete newbie) so I'm just looking for a basic replacement part for now.
RNAV Senior Member Joined: 19 Aug 2012 Posts: 24 Location: Fayette'nam, NC Expertise: I like coffee
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Posted Sun Jan 13, 2013, 5:18am Subject: Re: Replacement washer for Hario Skerton
If you go to your local home supply store, look in their fastener aisle. They usually have a section of specialty fasteners, and within that section is usually an entire selection of plastic fasteners and washers. Pretty much any plastic washer will work, so long as the size is close.
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