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The Ceado E10 is an electric burr grinder. {{{machine_short_descrip}}}

Ceado E10
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Manufacturer: Ceado
Model Name: E10
Type: Electronic Burr Grinder
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Machine Description

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Basic Usage

Cleaning & Maintenance

Burr Cleaning & Calibration

The grinder should be taken apart for cleaning and calibration every 25 lbs of coffee or every 6 months, whichever comes first. The burrs will slowly move out of calibration with use, and coffee residues and grounds will collect over time and create stale flavors.


Troubleshooting

Machine Not Powering On

  1. First plug the machine into another outlet. Make sure the machine is the only device on the outlet, and that the outlet works with other appliances.
  2. Try backing out the grind to a coarse setting. If the burrs are too close together they will not be able to move.
  3. Try using the machine on a different outlet, and make sure the machine is the only appliance plugged into that outlet.
    • If the machine still is not working then there may be a loose wire internally.
  4. Once the machine is powering back on, reassemble the grinder and make sure the grind is set to the coarsest setting. Add beans back in and test the machine.
  5. If the beans grind correctly on this setting slowly move the grind setting to the desired position. Only adjust the grind size while the grinder is running or you risk jamming the grinder or blowing out the fuse again.



Motor On But Beans Won't Grind

If you hear the motor activating but there is nothing being ground, then the burrs are blocked. Make sure not to use oily, caramelized, or flavored beans in the grinder if you are going to be using the grinder for an espresso grind. These types of beans have a lot of sticky residues that can cause jams. Damage caused by use of these beans is often not covered under warranty.

  1. If the machine is set to a very fine grind, then the burrs may be touching each other. Back the machine off to the coarsest grind setting and see if it's able to grind.
  2. If the machine is able to grind on this setting, then the burrs were most likely too close together, or the grinder was adjusted when it was off. Try moving the grind back down slowly while the grinder is running. Adjustments should only be made while the grinder is running to prevent jams. Do not set the grind too fine; if the grind is in the Turkish range, like baby powder, then it is set too fine and the machine could jam again.
  3. If the machine is not able to grind on this setting, then there is a more serious jam. Please refer to the cleaning and maintenance icon above for instructions on burr cleaning and calibration. Once the grinder is cleaned and calibrated, it is important that the machine is set to a coarse grind before using it again. Setting the grind to a fine grind can cause it to jam again.


Grinds Coarse/Inconsistent

  • If the machine is on a fine setting and the grinds are still coarse, or if the machine is producing grinds of all different sizes, then the grinder is out of calibration or needs to be cleaned. Please refer to the cleaning and maintenance icon above for instructions on burr cleaning and calibration.
  • Oily, caramelized, or flavored beans can cake up on the burrs and push them out of calibration, so these beans should be avoided.
    • Additionally adjustments to the grind fineness should only be made while the grinder is running. Moving the burrs closer together for a fine grind will cause them to press against any bean fragments or grinds already in the grinder.
      • If the burrs are moving, those fragments get ground up and brushed aside.
      • If the burrs aren't moving, then they will press into those fragments and cause the burr to get pushed out of alignment.
  • If the grinder is older, or if something was put through the grinder that is not meant to be put in it, the burrs may be worn out. If cleaning and calibrating the grinder is not resolving the behavior then it may be time to replace the burrs.

Diagrams & Manuals

Electrical Diagram:
Machine Manual:
Parts Diagram:
Service Manual:
Startup Guide:

Specifications

Basic Specs
Width: 8.7 in.
Height: 25.2 in.
Depth: 14.9 in.
Weight: 37.5 lbs
Wattage: 740 lbs
Voltage: 120
Housing
Clearance Height For Portafilter: 2.625 in.
Built-In Tamper: Yes
Housing Materials: Cast Aluminum
Bean Hopper Material: Plastic
Removable Hopper: Yes
Frame: Cast Aluminum
Usage
Grind Selection: All Grinds
Recommended Applications: Commercial Style
Components
Grinding Method: Burr
Burr Type: Flat
Burr Material: Stainless Steel
Burr Size: 83 mm
Capacity
Bean Hopper Capacity: 64 oz
Dispensing
Dosing Options: Doser
Doser Adjustability: 5-9 Grams
Portafilter Compatibility: All
Controls
Number Of Grind Settings: Infinite
Programmable Grinding: No
Type Of Controls: Manual
Controls: Push Button
Step Type: Stepless
Performance
RPM: 690 Burrs
Details
Country Of Manufacture: Italy
NSF Certified: Yes