Coffee Grinder
Coffee Grinder
Model# GCG-195
USER
MANUAL
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Model: GCG-195
© 2016 Gourmia
www.gourmia.com
The Steelstone Group
Brooklyn, NY
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Welcome to the Exciting World of
Fresh Ground Coffee from Gourmia
Congratulations on your purchase of the Coffee Grinder from Gourmia, exclusively designed for the discerning coffee lover!
If you are one the those people who cherishes, or maybe even worships, a good
fresh ground cup of coffee – that “pick-me-up” goodness when you walk into the
room and the smell of freshly brewed, real, delicious coffee - you’ve made the
right choice.
With your new Gourmia Coffee Grinder preparing fresh ground coffee, and
exceeding the expectations of your most demanding coffee connoisseurs, is
only moments away. We’re confident that you’ll find your new compact Coffee
Grinder from Gourmia easy and fun to use, with the end results being is a fresh
full-bodied coffee experience that your and your whole family are sure to love
over and over again!
The pages of this manual offer full and comprehensive instructions to guide you
through the functions and features of the Gourmia Coffee Grinder. Inside this
guide you will also find information on its modes of operation, complete stepby-step instructions for the operation, assembly, cleaning, and maintenance of
your appliance.
Please read all safety instructions thoroughly to ensure safe usage at all times.
Thank you for your purchase! We sincerely hope you will enjoy this as well as all
the many innovative products brought to you by our family at Gourmia.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Before using the electrical appliance, the following basic precautions should
always be followed including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2. Before use check that the voltage of wall outlet correspond to the one
shown on the rating plate.
3. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the
appliance malfunctions, or is dropped or damaged in any manner. Return
appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair or
electrical or mechanical adjustment.
4. If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer or a
authorized agent or a qualified technician in order to avoid a hazard.
5. Unplug from outlet when not in use, before putting on or taking off parts,
and before cleaning.
6. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or hot surface.
7. Do not immerse the motorized base in liquid, or place in dishwasher.
Damage to the unit will occur if submerged in liquid or filling the liquid into
the container. Only the top cover may be immersed.
8. Close supervision is necessary when your appliance is being used near
children or infirm persons.
9. Ensure fingers are kept well away from moving parts.
10. Do not remove cover until blade has completely stopped.
11. Do not attempt operation without the cover being in place.
12. The use of accessory not recommended by the manufacturer may cause
injuries to persons.
13. Check grinding chamber for presence of foreign objects before using.
14. This appliance is not intended for used by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliances by a person responsible for their safety.
15. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
16. Do not operate the appliance for other than its intended use.
17. Do not use outdoors.
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FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
Know Your Coffee Grinder................6
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Before Using The Coffee Grinder......7
Using Your Coffee Grinder................7
Cleaning And Maintenance...........10
Grinding Tips................................11
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KNOW YOUR COFFEE GRINDER
KNOW YOUR COFFEE GRINDER
Bean Hopper Lid
Bean Hopper
Bean Hopper
Holder
Grinder Start / Stop
Button
Bean Hopper
Release Button
Grinding Timer
Dial
2
1
Grinder
Control
Dial
15
14
Coffee Powder
Outlet
4
13
5
3
12
10
6
11
9
8
7
2
1
15
14
Ground Coffer
Container Lid
4
13
5
3
12
8
7
6
9
Ground Coffee Container
10
6
11
Container
Holder
Coffee
Grinder
Body
Grinder
Head
1. Carefully unpack your coffee grinder and remove all packing materials.
2. Remove any dust that may have accumulated during packaging.
3. It is advisable to first wash all removeable parts: the Bean Hopper, Bean Hopper Lid, Ground Coffee Container Lid And Ground Coffee Container with warm
soapy water and soft cloth. Rinse and dry thorougly.
3. To detach the Bean Hopper press down the Bean Hopper Release Button and
simultaneously turn the bean hopper counter-clockwise.
4. After use, rinse the Bean Hopper, Bean Hopper Lid, Ground Coffee Container
Lid And Ground Coffee Container with water and then dry thoroughly.
CAUTION: Never immerse the grinder body in water for cleaning.
USING YOUR COFFEE GRINDER
Before Using The Coffee Grinder For The First Time
Using Your Coffee Grinder
1. Place the coffee grinder on a flat surface.
Grinder
Head
Handle
Tab
Grinder
Blade
Groove
Groove
Tab
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15
14
2
3
4
13
5
12
4
8
7
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7
5
9
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6
10
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10
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13
9
8
7
2. Check to see if the Grinder Head
is in position insde the Bean Hopper
Holder. If it has been remove simply
take the Grinder Head by its handle,
allign the grove on the Grindind Wheel
with the tab in the grinding chamber.
Rotate the Grinding Wheel clockwise
until it locks into position.
15
3
13
3
1
14
2
15
10
6
11
1
14
2
3. Attach the Bean Hopper to the
Bean Hopper Holder:
To attach the Bean Hopper, allign
the tab on the bottom of the Bean
Hopper to the groove on the bean
hopper holder and then turn the
Bean Hopper clockwise until it locks
into position.
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Grinder
Control
Dial
15
14
3
4
13
5
12
6
11
10
9
8
7
1
2
15
3
4
13
5
12
6
11
10
1
15
4
5
9
8
12
12
4
15
3
13
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5
1
14
2
14
7
2
3
9
8
7
6. Close the bean hopper lid.
7. Slide the Ground Coffee Container
(with lid) in position (as shown above)
on the Container Holder. Make sure
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8
10
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NOTE: If you run the appliance without
coffee beans, the appliance will stop
working after about 5 minutes. The
appliance must rest for 30 minutes if it
is operated for 5 minutes at a time.
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5. Pour appropriate amount of coffee
beans into the bean hopper. Do not fill
the hopper with more than 350g.
Container
Holder
10
6
11
11
Ground Coffee
Container
4. To disassemble, press down the
Bean Hopper Release Button and
simultaneously turn the bean hopper
counter-clockwise to remove the Bean
Hopper from Bean Hopper Holder.
NOTE: The Bean Hopper is equipped
with a microswitch to ensure that it
was assembled correctly, or the appliance will not work.
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1
2
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USING YOUR COFFEE GRINDER
Grinder
Start / Stop
Grinding Button
Timer
Dial
Bean
Hopper
Release
Button
Coffee Powder
Outlet
the opening on the Ground Coffee
Container aligns with the Coffee
Powder Outlet.
8. The Grinder Control Dial enables
you to select the texture of your
ground coffee. Select from 1 for a very
fine grind, up to 15 for a coarse grind.
Note: When dialing down to a finer
grain, the unit will only allow a maximum of 5 steps at a time. After every
5 steps start and stop the grinder for
a few moments and then continue
dailing down.
9. The amount of coffee
dispensed is determined
by the Grinding Timer Dial.
Refer to the handy table
on the opposite page to
select your desired grinding time. When selected,
the indicator of your
selected grinding time will light at 100%
brightness.
The first
indicator
lights at 100%
brightness (S)
(Default setting)
The second
indicator
lights at 100%
brightness (S)
5
10
Grinding time (in seconds)
The third
indicator
lights at 100%
brightness(S)
The fourth
indicator
lights at 100%
brightness (S)
The fifth
indicator
lights at 100%
brightness (S)
The sixth
indicator
lights at 100%
brightness (S)
20
30
40
50
If you don’t adjust the grinding time, the
appliance will work under the default
grinding time.
10. Connect the appliance to the
power source. The first indicator (the
default grinding time setting) will light
up at 100% brightness while the other
indicators and the indicator of Start/
Stop button light up at 50% brightness. Select your desired grinding time
based on your needs. Press the Start/
Stop button. The appliance will begin
to grind your coffee beans and after a
while, the coffee powder will dispense
the ground coffees from the coffee
powder outlet into the Ground Coffee
Container. The indicator Start/Stop
button keeps blinking during grinding
process.
NOTE: The appliance will enter into a
sleep state if no operation is selected
within 90 seconds of it being pluged in.
11. When the desired grinding time
has been reached, the coffee grinder
will stop working automatically and
go back to standby mode, at that time,
the first indicator (the default grinding
time setting) lights at 100% brightness
while the other indicators and the
indicator of Start/Stop button light at
50% brightness.
USING YOUR COFFEE GRINDER
Indicator (From left to right)
NOTE: The maximum amount of
ground coffee in container is 155g.
12. Remove the ground coffee container from its holder, remove lid and pour
out the ground coffee.
13. Unplug the appliance.
NOTE:
The appliance must rest for 30 minutes if operated for 5 minutes continuously.
It is suggested that you operate this appliance for less than
90 seconds at a time with a minimum 90 seconds rest time between cycles.
You may stop the appliance from running at any time during
the grinding process, by pressing the Start/Stop button.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
CAUTION: Make sure to unplug this appliance and let it cool down completely before cleaning. To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse
cord, plug or the appliance body in water or liquid. After each use, always
make sure to first remove the plug from wall outlet.
1. Disassemble the bean hopper by following the operation mentioned
above (page 8), and then rinse the bean hopper, bean hopper lid, ground
coffee container and ground coffee container lid with warm soapy water,
and dry them thoroughly.
2. Lift the handle of the Grinding Wheel and rotate it counter-clockwise
to remove it from its base. Clean the grinding blades with a brush, rinse it
thoroughly with warm water and then dry thoroughly.
To replace the grinding wheel back in position, see page 6 #2.
NOTE: Use extreem caution while handling and cleaning the Grinding
Wheel as the grinding blades are sharp.
3. Wipe the body with wet cloth and then dry it completely.
4. When not in use, store appliance in a secure, dry and cool place.
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GRINDING TIPS
GRINDING
TIPS
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2
3
4
Coarse ground
coffee is generally
used for percolators and coffee
urns.
For the freshest,
most flavorful
coffee, grind
only enough for
the pot you are
making. Coffee
beans keep up
to 2 months in
the freezer in an
airtight container and can be
ground while still
frozen. Coffee
grounds left in
your grinder can
become stale and
affect the flavor
of freshly ground
coffee. Be sure to
clean grinding
chamber, blades
and grinding
wheel after each
use.
This grinder can
only grind dry,
brittle foods. It
will not grind
anything moist,
extremely hard
or gummy,
such as whole
ginger, chocolate,
sesame seeds or
oily spices such as
cinnamon, cloves
or nutmeg. Do
not grind peanuts
or grains such
as wheat, rice,
barley, or dried
corn. Attempting
to grind any of
these foods may
damage the unit.
Never use it to
chop ice cubes.
Freshly ground
peppercorns
have a strong
aroma and taste
that may affect
the flavor of
coffee beans
ground later.
You may want
to purchase a
separate grinder
if you plan to
grind a lot of
peppercorns.
Medium ground
coffee is used for
drip coffee makers and steamtype espresso
machines.
Fine ground
coffee is used
for espresso
machines with an
electric pump.
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WARRANTY & SERVICE
This Limited Warranty is for one full year from the date
of purchase. It is applicable to the original purchaser
only and is not transferable to a third party user. Repair
or replacement of defective parts is solely at the seller’s
discretion. In the event that repair isn’t possible, the
seller will replace the product/part. If product repair/
replacement won’t suffice, the seller has the option of
refunding the cash value of the product or component
returned.
Product defects not covered under the Warranty
provisions include normal wear and damage incurred
from use or accidental negligence, misuse of instruction
specifications or repair by unauthorized parties.
The manufacturing company is not liable for any
incidental or consequential damages incurred by such
circumstances.
FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE
QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS
VISIT US @ GOURMIA.COM
OR CALL 888.552.0033
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