hollyan Senior Member Joined: 20 Feb 2013 Posts: 19 Location: Grand Rapids Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Thu Feb 21, 2013, 6:06am Subject: Re: WTB: home roaster with smoke suppression.
Not sure if you're still in the market. I'm selling my used Behmor 1600. I purchased it new from Sweet Maria's in 2009 and used it occasionally for about 2 years. During that time, I roasted about 30lbs of coffee. Since then, it's just been sitting unused in a basement closet, so I think it's time to part ways. It's still in perfect working condition.
This machine has never been modded. It has the original chaff tray and both the small & large grid drums. Normal wear and tear, but no horrendous chaff flare ups in its past. I ran the cleaning cycles as suggested by the owners manual, and cleaned the roaster after each use. I'm posting a current picture, but feel free to email me for more photos/information.
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