Product may vary slightly from what is illustrated.
† 1. Cover (Part # CBM200-01)
2. Lock and release knob (not shown)
3. Grinding bowl
4. Ground coffee chute
† 5. Ground coffee container (Part # CBM200-02)
with lid (Part # CBM200-03)
7. Cord and storage
† 8. Cleaning brush (Part # CBM200-04)
9. ON/OFF pulse control button
djustable grind selection dial
11. Grinding assembly (inside)
† Consumer replaceable/removable parts
How to Use
This appliance is for household use only.
GETTING ST RTED
Wash the ground coffee container with lid in warm water, dry thoroughly.
Wipe top cover and grinding bowl with a damp cloth and dry.
Warning: Do not put any parts in the dishwasher. Do not immerse the
unit in water. Grinder must be level. To assure stability, be sure to thread
electrical cord to one side of the cord wrap then through cord channel with
cord exiting out the rear of the base.
Note: For your protection this unit has a dual safety mechanism. Do not
attempt to operate the unit unless the top cover is closed and the ground
coffee container with lid is in place.
1. Open the top cover.
2. Place up to 1 cup (approximately 227 g) of coffee beans into the grinding
bowl. This yields about 16 tablespoons (277 g) of ground coffee —
enough for approximately 12 cups (approximately 2 L). Do not grind a full
cup of beans on the fine setting as it may cause unit to clog.
3. Turn the adjustable grind selection dial to the desired
grind texture ( ).
brewing in a percolator; a medium grind will get the
best flavor extraction for faster brewing in automatic
drip coffeemakers or a coffee press and a fine grind
is great for espresso or Turkish coffee. Refer to the
GRINDING GUIDELINES in this section. Experiment
with the texture of your grind to see what works best
with your coffeemaker.
4. Plug in the grinder.
5. Press and hold the On/Off pulse control button until
beans are ground (B).
• ¼ cup (57 g) of beans
• ½ cup (113 g) of beans
• 3/4 cup (170 g) of beans
• 1 cup (227 g) of beans
coarse grind works well for slower
30 to 35 seconds
50 to 55 seconds
60 to 65 seconds