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KoMo Stone Burr Set, Hard Plastic

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Stone burr set for Classic, Medium & PK 1, hard plastic
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Description

Replacement KoMo stones burrs are sold as a pair. Don't know which style you need? Inside the wooden spout is an inner, smaller spout. If your inner spout is hard plastic, you need the burr set that fits the hard plastic chamber, which is on this page. If your inner spout is flexible, you need the burr set for the silicone chamber.Click here for the stone burr set for the KoMo Jumbo mill.

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Brand KoMo Mills
Burr Material Ceramic-corundum
Origin Imported

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    Arrived on time. The stones now can once again ground a fine flour. Perhaps the manufacturer could provide instructions for replacing the stones. For instance methods for holding the stone tight to unscrew the nut and for lifting it out. I ended up using construction shims placed between the stone and the interior sides with a piece of wood inserted up the spout to prevent them from sliding around in the cavity. Once the nut was removed I could not lift the stone out. It was stuck. A machinist friend suggested using a heat gun (the type that removes paint) directed at the arbor and ring. That worked. I was then able to lift the stone out using some individual insulated electrical wires (12 gage) that had been inserted underneath. Inserting the replacement around the cleaned arbor required some gentle tapping with a hammer on the metal ring, NOT the stone. Hope this helps.
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