THE FIRST TIME YOU USE YOUR NUTRIMILL
Take the hopper extension ring out of the ﬂ our bowl. Mill at least 2 cups of wheat
or other hard grain, then discard the ﬂ our and clean the bowl. This will eliminate any
contaminates the mill may have obtained in the manufacturing process. Make sure you
use clean grain. Your warranty does not cover foreign object damage from plastics,
metals, rocks or any other materials that could get into and damage the milling heads.
Proper care of your mill will ensure a reliable milling experience for many years to come.
KNOW YOUR NUTRIMILL
The upper knob controls motor speed. This allows you
to have greater control of the texture. For most grains leave the knob turned all the way
to the left, (high speed). For coarse ﬂ our, start running the mill with the knob turned
all the way to the left for 15-20, then turn the knob all the way to the right. Turning the
knob to the right slows motor speed.
The lower knob controls grain feed/ﬂ ow and turns the
mill on and off. Turning all the way to the right will allow the larger
grains to start ﬂ owing freely. You may then turn the knob to your
desired setting. The feed rate will affect the ﬁ neness of the grind.
Turning the knob to the right will feed grain faster and produce
coarser ﬂ our.* Turning the feed rate knob all the way left will
turn the machine off. (See Page 7 for more instructions)
To better understand how your mill works follow these simple
Unplug mill so motor does not turn on while adjusting grain
feed (lower) knob.
With hopper empty, look under grain inlet cover (located at bottom of hopper). A
ﬂ ashlight may be helpful. Do not touch or disassemble the inlet cover.
When knob is set to OFF, most grains cannot ﬂ ow through the inlet.
Turn lower knob back and forth. You will see the size of the opening into the milling
chamber gradually changing.
As you turn the knob further to the right, inlet size increases. This allows grain to
feed and ﬂ ow more rapidly.
Depending on size of grain in the hopper, knob setting has a point at which grain
begins to ﬂ ow. (For example, barley or millet will begin to ﬂ ow into the mill at a
setting much further to the left than corn or beans because they are smaller in
When you ﬁ nd the point where grain begins to ﬂ ow, turn the knob another 1/4" to
At the very ﬁ nest setting (the point where grain ﬁ rst begins to ﬂ ow), the ﬂ ow may ﬂ uctuate -
this is normal. Turn the knob a little further to the right for a steady ﬂ ow. The point where grain begins
to ﬂ ow will vary depending on grain kernel size.
See Page 7 For More Knob Information