Sana Sana-Mill manual

Sana Sana-Mill
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Troubleshooting Cleaning the Mill

If the motor wi l l not start.
Simply rotate the grain funnel to the coarse setting (counter-
clockwise direction) until the motor starts. Then adjust the stones
again to the desired setting.
If the motor stalls during operation.
This generally stems from overheating due to improper usage a
built-in thermal cut-off switch stops the motor to prevent serious
damage. Unplug the power cord and allow the mill to cool down
for a few minutes. Then you should be able to resume the milling. If
the problem recurs, then you need to troubleshoot the source: Is
the grain too moist? Are the millstones or the mill chamber
clogged? Is there a foreign object caught between the millstones?
Did you turn the mill on with the hopper full and the millstones at
the finest grind setting?
If the grain is too moist, then the millstones could be smeared and
clogged. In this case, the normal grinding becomes much more
quiet, and very little flour exits the flour spout. Simply adjust the
funnel to a coarser setting, and resume milling with an appropriate
grain. The millstones will clean themselves.
Whenever you grind at the coarse setting, the millstones and mill
chamber are cleaned automatically. If you do not plan to use your
mill for a longer period of time, such as during a vacation, we
recommend that you clean the millstones from all residue. Using a
household vacuum cleaner simplifies this task. Turn on the mill with
the millstones at the coarse setting. Hold the vacuum nozzle in front of
the flour spout.
If the millstones are smeared with an oily residue, you can clean
them by grinding a cup or so of wheat or rice at the medium setting
to remove all trace.
You can also remove the millstones to clean them with a brush.
However, it is very important whenever you handle the millstones or
the milling chamber, that you first unplug the power cord! Then,
remove the grain funnel by unscrewing it in the counter-clockwise
direction. You can then remove the millstones, and clean them with
a brush. In handling the millstones, take special care not to lose the
two small, steel springs located in the plastic housing of the lower


The manufacturer guarantees against material and fabrication
defects, stemming from the normal, intended operation of this grain
mill, for a period of 12 years, beginning from the date of purchase.
The flour spout and other breakable components are excluded
specifically from this warranty. This warranty is null and void if the
mill is forcefully misused or used improperly in any way.
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