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JackH
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Hey Quick Mill QM67 Users...Reviews and Tips
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All;

Been wonderful doing all the reading and research about the Quick Mill QM67. Mine will be arriving in the next few days and I am excited about our future together: My Baratza Vario and I are ready to get started! Have read a lot about it on this site as well as others and most of those threads are inactive now and I wanted to start a new one to generate new discussions and learning. Here are a few questions to get the ball rolling:

1. If you had to do it all over again, how would you start with your QM67? What adjustments and things would you do immediately? I have a Naked Portafilter coming with her and intend on starting (and staying with it).

2. What preventive maintenance do you suggest to keep the QM67 running at peak performance? One area I am very concerned about centers around no procedures to descale the Dual Boilers. Does anyone do it?

3. What spare parts would you keep on-hand to ensure you are ready for problems that come about from routine use?

4. Please provide reviews that include how long you have owned your QM67 and experiences you have had as you grew with your machine?

Hope everyone is ready to attack the New Year with all the energy of Too Much Coffee. I am and I look forward to our discussion.

Giddy Up!
Drew
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North TJ-072 2kg Roaster, Hottop 8828B, Gene Cafe Roaster, Baratza Vario Grinder, Breville SmartGrinder, Behmor Brazen, Cona "D", Bialetti Moka Express, Aero-Press, Quick Mill QM67
 
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