Coffeenoobie Senior Member Joined: 11 Dec 2011 Posts: 3,062 Location: PNW Expertise: I like coffee
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Posted Sat Sep 15, 2012, 9:15am Subject: Group head screw driver size.
Hi, I was having trouble with my water dance the last couple of days and I went to remove my screen for cleaning and realized it was loose- so heads up if anyone is having the same trouble to check the tightness and even if the dispersion screen is in the right way. Anyway, my question is I want a screw driver that fits my screw better than I have. I take the largest blade out of a 4 in 1 screw driver and it doesn't fill the slot but it does work if I am careful. I looked up on espresso parts that the screw is a 6 x 16 mm. Anyone know what size driver I need for that screw? I want to get a stubby for use on my machine only.
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Posted Sat Sep 15, 2012, 4:40pm Subject: Re: Group head screw driver size.
I made a driver for the large slot on the E-61 dispersion screw in the group (behind the screen). I used a US quarter and filed the correct radius on one side. I hold it with a small (+/-3") adjustable wrench. maybe just fabricate something.
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