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Krups single trigger coffee grinder identified as style F203.

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How do you clean it?

The residue of the coffee beans is still in the grinder and hurting its effectiveness.

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You can also put in dry white rice and grind it to a powder. Dump that, use a brush or a towel to wipe it out, and the grinder will be even cleaner and ready for something else to grind.

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Use a paint brush (about 1/2 inch wide) to brush out the ground coffee, then use a damp paper towel to clean up the fine powder. This method works very well, especially if you use a soft brush. Keep the brush near the grinder and brush out the grinder after each use.

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Sweep a clean dry Popsicle stick around the where the blade built up a residue a few times and get your money's worth of coffee. That's where the oily flavor is. Then dump it in the brewing basket. Use the other hints above for a final more thorough cleaning. Go for the flavor first. :)

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