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JackH
04/23/2019 10:55 AM
Hello Ken! What's roasting?

snwcmpr
04/22/2019 5:07 AM
Hi all.

Gigimedrano
04/17/2019 6:33 AM
Hi guys, my hot top has stripper a gear.. ive only had it for a lil over a year now hot top wants 120+ for a new motor and gearbox assembly any idea? Is this normal year and some Months dont seem lik

Ray Kahuna
04/16/2019 8:04 AM
has anyone built an adjustable coffee grind press?

Nitesh
04/01/2019 10:04 PM
Hello, I have been trying to get in contact with manufacturer of HB roaster in China but failed until now. Does anyone have idea who is the manufacturer of HB roaster in China?

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CharcoalRoaster
I'll be installing two new receptacles in my garage which will be dedicated for the upgraded capacity FB Roaster I'm finishing.

(1) 20a 120v GFCI Receptacle
(1) 30a 240v Nema L14-30 Receptacle

Each will have a dedicated breaker in my main panel in the garage (20ft away). I have a left over spa panel with (1) 30a GFCI breaker and (1) 20a GFCI breaker that I was going to use for a homebrew setup. Do I need run my roaster control box through the spa panel so that will trip first or am I ok just relying on the breakers in the main panel? I also have a few DIN mountable breakers I could include in the roaster control box as well. Any advice is appreciated!
 
JitterzZ
Can't be of any help on your question, but how's the roaster looking?
 
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