How to Disassemble a Krups GVX2 Coffee Grinder
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There's nothing like the taste of coffee brewed from freshly ground coffee beans. Undoubtedly the flavour comes out stronger and better. But your coffee may start to taste a little bitter or "off" if your coffee grinder gets dirty.
If you ever need to clean your Krups GVX2 coffee grinder, you will have to disassemble it first.
- There's nothing like the taste of coffee brewed from freshly ground coffee beans.
- If you ever need to clean your Krups GVX2 coffee grinder, you will have to disassemble it first.
Disconnect your Krups GVX2 from its power supply before starting any work on it.
Pull gently up on the coffee grinder lid covering the bean hopper to remove it.
Set the grind selector to the maximum. Inside the bean hopper is the upper mill, which grinds the coffee beans. Turn the upper mill once, counterclockwise, and remove it.
Remove the ground coffeegrounds holder by sliding it out from the front. Detach the lid of the ground coffee holder by sliding it off.
- Be sure to unplug the Krups GVX2 coffee grinder before doing any cleaning, maintenance or disassembly on it.
Brandon Miles has been writing professionally since 2007. His work has appeared in the "Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism," as well as various online journals and blogs. Miles has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Dartmouth College.