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Old 22-04-2004, 04:54 AM
B.M. Wright
 
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For those that might be interested, this machine has a built in
burr grinder and doser. This is my personal machine and in great shape,
regret having to sell it but at least someone else can enjoy it:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=2396169 372


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Old 22-04-2004, 05:06 AM
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"B.M. Wright" wrote in message
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For those that might be interested, this machine has a built in
burr grinder and doser. This is my personal machine and in great shape,
regret having to sell it but at least someone else can enjoy it:


http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=2396169 372



I was sorry to see that you have also put your wife on the block. From the
listing she seems like a nice person and I'm not sure she deserves this.
Surely you can figure a way to get her to operate on 220v. Some women are
resistant to change, but with the right voltage converter and a little
patience on your part, I'm sure this could have been avoided.


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Old 22-04-2004, 05:06 AM
Ken Fox
 
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"B.M. Wright" wrote in message
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For those that might be interested, this machine has a built in
burr grinder and doser. This is my personal machine and in great shape,
regret having to sell it but at least someone else can enjoy it:


http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=2396169 372



I was sorry to see that you have also put your wife on the block. From the
listing she seems like a nice person and I'm not sure she deserves this.
Surely you can figure a way to get her to operate on 220v. Some women are
resistant to change, but with the right voltage converter and a little
patience on your part, I'm sure this could have been avoided.


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Old 27-04-2004, 04:41 PM
B.M. Wright
 
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Default Estro Profi / AKA Saeco Via Venezia Combi

In alt.food.coffee Ken Fox wrote:

"B.M. Wright" wrote in message
...
For those that might be interested, this machine has a built in
burr grinder and doser. This is my personal machine and in great shape,
regret having to sell it but at least someone else can enjoy it:


http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=2396169 372



I was sorry to see that you have also put your wife on the block. From the
listing she seems like a nice person and I'm not sure she deserves this.
Surely you can figure a way to get her to operate on 220v. Some women are
resistant to change, but with the right voltage converter and a little
patience on your part, I'm sure this could have been avoided.


No, she deserved it. I tried 220v and it just didn't work out,
she was a very demanding lady and needed more wattage than the converter
could handle...

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Old 27-04-2004, 04:41 PM
B.M. Wright
 
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Default Estro Profi / AKA Saeco Via Venezia Combi

In alt.food.coffee Ken Fox wrote:

"B.M. Wright" wrote in message
...
For those that might be interested, this machine has a built in
burr grinder and doser. This is my personal machine and in great shape,
regret having to sell it but at least someone else can enjoy it:


http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=2396169 372



I was sorry to see that you have also put your wife on the block. From the
listing she seems like a nice person and I'm not sure she deserves this.
Surely you can figure a way to get her to operate on 220v. Some women are
resistant to change, but with the right voltage converter and a little
patience on your part, I'm sure this could have been avoided.


No, she deserved it. I tried 220v and it just didn't work out,
she was a very demanding lady and needed more wattage than the converter
could handle...



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