kmetzger Senior Member Joined: 31 May 2011 Posts: 47 Location: Mexico Expertise: Just starting
Espresso: Gaggia Classic Grinder: Baratza Vario
Posted Fri Sep 13, 2013, 4:06pm Subject: Need help calibrating Baratza Vario
I've seen all the videos showing how to calibrate the Baratza Vario, but now it's hopelessly out of whack and I need some help. For a year I had it calibrated perfectly and was getting wonderful crema, but after a thorough cleaning recently, I messed it up and can't get the right grind for espresso. I have always started calibrating with the macro on the top and the micro in the middle and then turned the tool clockwise in the finer direction until I heard the grinder laboring. This system is not working now. I keep getting a soupy coffee even if I place the macro to the very top. Can anyone help? Kim
Mtd885 Senior Member Joined: 21 Aug 2013 Posts: 2 Location: Florida keys Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: Qm67 Grinder: Vario Roaster: Fresh start 500
Posted Fri Sep 13, 2013, 4:59pm Subject: Re: Need help calibrating Baratza Vario
I have had some issues with a brand new Vario changing settings on it’s own and was told to call them and they will provide shims. Perhaps in cleaning you damaged the shims so I pass along the advice…call them.
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