- Nov 19, 2021
A flat blade on it's own was not enough, I thought I was seating it... but I was shearing it.You can get that out of there .
Probably by just pressing a flat-blade into it while unscrewing .
If not , mill a couple of slots 180 degrees apart to grab it with a flat blade , or if no Dremel , drill a depression point for a finish nail to engage and tap it counter clockwise out of there .
LOL , that little wrench is only an inch and a half for a reason .
I have a weird thing where caffeinated coffee with no sugar or cream is good for me, because it inhibits my body's iron absorption. I'm fairly certain the strong hand is related to it as well. Hemochromatosis, where blood iron levels can get toxically high (⊙ˍ⊙). Luckily I am healthy enough to manage with a few dietary considerations.You need to switch to decaf
Only 2-3 cups a day for me. I tend to brew it unreasonably strong though, my cold brew could be mistaken for heavily used motor oil before you smell it And I own WAY too many different types of coffee makers. It's gotta be like cats... Buy more than 3-4 coffee makers and people just start giving them to you too, I swear. Next thing on the wish list is a burr grinder.I drink a pot a day , at least .
3 or 4 cups hot in the morning , then switch to iced coffee the rest of the day into the night .
Whole milk in the hot coffee , but nothing in the iced coffee . Usually --but sometimes milk .
Cost is the other reason I limit myself to 2-3 cups a day. Still cheaper than going to a shop everyday!I stopped buying and grinding beans long ago now . Really not worth the extra cost to me .
I buy those big plastic cans of Folgers . The dark roast .
Plus I get to use the empty containers out in the shop for storage etc . Bonus !
I've had others on other forums admit to doing this too, I doubt it's too common, but it's not unheard of lol.I have a Paache. I've never had this happen.