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Why does my Ground Coffee Machine grind coffee into uneven particles?

1. Grinding machine disc wear:
The grinding discs of a coffee grinder are its core components. They directly contact the coffee beans and grind them into powder. Over time, grinding discs may wear away due to factors such as frequent use or the hardness of the coffee beans. When the grinding disc is worn to a certain extent, its grinding effect will be greatly reduced, resulting in uneven ground coffee particles. Uneven coffee powder particles will affect the taste and quality of coffee. Therefore, regular inspection and replacement of grinding discs is the key to ensuring the normal operation of the coffee grinder.

2. Improper adjustment of the grinder scale:
Most coffee grinders are equipped with a dial adjustment feature that allows users to adjust the coarseness of the grind to suit their taste and needs. However, if the scale is not adjusted properly, such as setting it too coarse or too fine, it may result in uneven ground coffee particles. Grinding that is too coarse may cause larger particles to be mixed into the coffee powder, affecting the taste of the coffee; grinding that is too fine may cause the coffee powder to be too fine and lose the original flavor of the coffee. Therefore, when using a grinder, users should carefully adjust the scale to find the grinding thickness that best suits their taste.

3. Storage and handling of coffee beans:
How your coffee beans are stored and handled also has a big impact on how well they grind. If coffee beans are exposed to moisture or heat during storage, their texture and hardness may change, affecting the grind quality. In addition, if the coffee beans are not properly screened and cleaned during processing, impurities or different types of coffee beans may be mixed in, resulting in uneven ground coffee particles. Therefore, users should choose reputable merchants when purchasing coffee beans and pay attention to how the coffee beans are stored and handled.

4. The grinder is not cleaned thoroughly:
If there are residual coffee beans or coffee grounds on the bean bin or grinding disc of the grinder, these residues may affect the grinding effect of new coffee beans. Residual coffee beans or coffee grounds may clog the grinding discs or affect the movement of the grinding discs, resulting in uneven ground coffee particles. To avoid this from happening, users should clean the grinder regularly to ensure that the bean bin and grinding discs are clean and free of residue.

5.Grinder design and manufacturing quality:
There may be differences in design and manufacturing between different makes and models of coffee grinders. Some low-quality or poorly designed grinders may be more prone to uneven grinding. For example, the design of the grinding discs of some grinders is unreasonable, causing the coffee beans to be unevenly stressed during the grinding process; or the motor power of some grinders is insufficient and cannot provide stable grinding power. Therefore, when purchasing a grinder, users should choose well-known brands and models and pay attention to their design and manufacturing quality.

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