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Frequently Asked Questions
Motor does not start (Display is on and shows time/weight at zero)
- Check position of the Adjustment and make sure it is properly assembled (also see 5.1.4. Adjustment) - Remove and replace Hopper and make sure it is fully secured - Selet a coarser setting - Check the time- / weight-settings: minimum 5g (weight-based) or 0.2 sec (time-based)
Your weight-based etzMAX only works in manual-weighing mode (Display is at zero) Press and hold STOP for at least 5 seconds to switch to time- or weight-based mode (also see 4.6.4. Additional Features).
When pressing STOP for 5 seconds, your weight-based etzMAX switches from manual-weighing mode to time-based mode The system returns to the mode it was in before switching. Once you are back in time-based mode, press and hold STOP and 1 simultaneously (for 5 seconds) to switch to weight-based mode.
The grinding operation may be paused by pressing STOP but cannot be continued by pressing START To pause during grinding, press START (not STOP), to continue press START again.
The Maschine Safety Switch (Circuit Breaker) keeps triggering - Proceed as described in 6.2.3. Clearing Blockades and make sure the burrs are not blocked (by a foreign object / ground coffee) - Select coarser / higher setting (alse see 4.5. Adjustment) - Do not exceed the maxmimum permissible operating cycle / activation time per grind (also see 4.4. Operating time) - Keep the recommended breaks in between grinding operations
My weight-based etzMAX shows a different reading for a given output compared to what an auxiliary scale says
Make sure for both scales to be calibrated frequently as otherwise neither can be assumed as correct (also see 4.6.4. Additional Features).
Does the etzMAX-Updater APP work with Android? Although it would, at this point, we do not offer Updates via Android based on the fact that updating firmware via Android is challenging to the point of delivering negative user experiences.
When to add (how many) shims and why?
In order to reduce the distance between cone and ring burr, the cone burr may be shimmed. Adding a shim unter the cone moves the grind range back thus compensating wear over the course of time. Shimming depends on use, coffee and preferences.
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