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View Thread » ALL ABOUT ROASTERS » Behmor 1600
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Question about the P’s
I have been roasting just for a little while.

Mostly using the P1 setting with good luck.

Wondering if one could tell me when or why to use P2 or the others?

I know Joe Behmor had a tip that at first crack, he would click P3, to extend the roast.

Looking to understand the process a little more with the machine.

Before this, I was Air Popper roasting.


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