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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions
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01 | Am I supposed to open the grinder burr set?
You can remove both the burr and all other parts like washer, crank and spring. But please do not detach the screws of the burr set since they have been adjusted in a optimal way for the grinding gear.
02 | Can I release the screws at the bottom of the grinder?
Do not loosen the screws at the bottom of your Comandante grinder. These three screws have been fixed precisely by our manufacturers and are not meant to be detached.
03 | Where does the red o-ring belong?
Take a look at the mechanical drawing below. The O-Ring belongs between the washer and the spring.



04 | How can I clean my grinder?
To keep your grinder clean you can wash the burr with lukewarm water and/or use a small piece of absorbent cotton or a cotton bud. Do not put the grinder into the dishwasher – it is NOT DISHWASHER SAFE. Do not soak or wash the wooden part with water! Be sure that the burr is completely dried before putting the grinder together again.
05 | Can I use other cleaning Supplies for my comandante Grinder?
We recommend to clean the burr and the whole grinder by simply using a bit of lukewarm water and/or a piece of absorbent cotton.
06 | Which burr grades are suitable for the different brewing methods?
The recommended burr grades are:
  • 5 - 10 Clicks for the preparation in the Ibrik
  • 10 - 15 Clicks for Espresso
  • 15 - 20 Clicks for preparation in a Bialetti
  • 20 - 25 for preparation with a V60 filter
  • 25 - 30 Clicks for the preparation in the Aeropress and French Press
  • 30 - 35 Clicks for the Preparation in the Karlsbad Coffee Maker


07 | The knob is loose or damaged
The crank and the knob are fitting if you put the knob on top of the crank and push a bit – when it clicks the knob is attached firmly.
08 | Where can I buy spare parts?
All spare parts can be obtained at your local dealer.