DeanOK Senior Member Joined: 24 Sep 2012 Posts: 554 Location: OK Expertise: I like coffee
Espresso: QM Vetrano 2B Grinder: Vario W
Posted Sun Sep 8, 2013, 4:10pm Subject: Calibrate Scale on Vario W
In the last few days I decided to check the repeatability of my vario W and in the process I learned that the repeatability is good, but the scale is off. I put a calibration weight on the Vario W scale and it reads .8 grams low. Now I realize I could simply add .8 grams to the actual amount I want ground into the hopper, but I would prefer t make the scale read accurately. Does anyone know how to adjust it?
This scale is still under warranty but I hate to mess with sending it back.
I didn't see it in the manual either... but I thought maybe someone had some inside info on how to adjust it.
I went ahead and blew compressed air under it.. now it reads .9 grams low.... LOL... I cant win. I will call them tomorrow. Maybe they will send me a new one and allow me to return this one in the same box so I wont be without.
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