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    Contact: Jeremy Thong
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    After only 15 months of use, the grinder's gearbox has failed, and making an awful noise as it attempts to turn the burrs; this also happened to the older model I had, the 270W, so I've contacted Baratza, in the US, and they confirmed that it was a KNOWN issue in the 270W and 270Wi gearboxes, so I'm now hoping that they will replace this part for FREE even though the Warranty lapsed in January 2020.

    Will update soon!
    by Published on 11th January 2019 10:57 AM
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    2. Coffee Roasting In Japan

    To ze coffee beans shop Sawa
    representative: SenSawa Hiroji

    Yamato-shi, Kanagawa Chuorinkan
    6-1-17 Tel Ando Fax 046-293-5512
    store sales 11:00 to 18:30 Wednesday Closed
    Denentoshi Odakyu Tokyu Approximately 3 minutes on foot from Chuomorinba, Central Line Terminal Station

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    by Published on 3rd February 2016 02:21 PM  Number of Views: 13235 

    The Hottop KN-8828P control panel.

    Control Panel Display and Functions

    1. Countdown Timer - shows total amount of time left in the current roasting process.

    2. Roasting Chamber Temperature - shows current roasting chamber temperature.

    3. Fan State - current speed setting of the fan.

    4. Current State- Roasting, Plus Time, Cooling, etc.

    5. Individual Programmable Roasting Segments - These bars show the portion of the programmed temperature which has been achieved for that segment.

    6. Progress of current segment - In the same way the vertical bar shows temperature progress, these four squares show how the programmed time for the current segment is progressing. Each one indicates 25% of the time for that particular segment. Here you see that this segment is at about 50% of the programmed time.

    7. Time remaining - shows time left for the current, active segment.

    8. Segment temperature - This bar represents the user's programmed temperature for that segment.

    Lighting on the LCD screen changes depending on which mode or function is in use to alert the user.

    How does the Hottop Model KN-8828P work?

    Keep it simple: The Hottop is a simple and straightforward roaster to operate. Like prior models, enjoyed by many home roasters, the new B model can be operated on automatic by simply pressing 'Power/Start' button three times. The default program is 18 minutes and/or a target temperature of 422 degrees; the coffee ejects whichever comes first. The roaster will begin warming up followed by a beep that it is ready. Measure and pour green coffee into the top funnel. The roaster is capable of roasting 300 grams but 250 grams are recommended - that's about 9 ounces, but you can roast less too.

    Take control of every step: In advance you can program as many as 8 roast segments though you do not have to program a change for each one. You can determine the target temperature or time for the segment. Fan speed and heating element power adjust to meet your request. At the end of the roast you can add up to six 30-second "plus time" segments for a maximum roast time of 25 minutes. Save up to ten of these roast profiles for repeating or editing in future. Once you tweak a roast for a given coffee to your specific taste you will be able to repeat that roast by recalling the program.

    There is a cleaning routine, described in detail in the manual (see page bottom), to keep your Hottop running smoothly for years to come.

    The cooling tray and stirrer mimics larger, professional drum roasters.

    Looking down the stainless steel roasting chamber. The entire roasting drum removes for cleaning. The single, brass screw shown just above center adjusts the drum when needed.

    The chaff collection tray should be emptied after each roast!

    Our most advanced model
    * Now equipped with a more accurate K-thermocouple
    * 9 user-programmable, eight-segment roast profiles
    * Temperature, time, and fan speed can be programmed and monitored
    * Auto mode allows operation much like older models as well
    * Numerous safety functions including manual emergency eject Main Features:
    * Computer controlled roasting for accuracy and repeatability
    * Fully automatic roasting & cooling
    * User can end roast at any time.
    * Manual Emergency Eject mechanism
    * Capacity: 225g - 300g per roasting (250g optimal)
    * Roast cycle: 12 to 22 minutes (varies with programming). User can end roast at any time
    * External cooling tray with agitation arm and forced-air cooling fan. Beans cool in 4 to 5 minutes
    * Deep chaff tray to make removal of chaff easy
    * Easy cleaning
    * Very quiet operation
    * Built-in smoke reduction system
    * Stainless steel cover and drum
    * Large window gives excellent view of the beans during roasting
    * Audible and visual signals of roast progress
    * Heat element: 750 Watts
    * Steel Drum: 4 x 8 inches
    * Viewing window: 4 inches
    * Height: 14 inch
    * Width: 10 inch
    * Depth: 19 inch
    * Weight: 19 pounds
    * Voltage: available in 110 V, 120 V, 220 V, 230 V, 240 V

    Please Note This Is Second Hand And Not New! Click the image on the right to view the item clearly!
    Enquire further before you buy to ensure you're happy with it's condition.

    New Price: £800
    Our Used Price: £500.00
    Postage: £15 sent by by 24hr Courier
    Delivery ONLY Within The UK!!

    Log-in and discuss it to arrange payemnt if you're interested!
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