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Fixing a Jura yourself?

Midlife | Feb 11, 2014 07:00 PM

Our son was 'gifted' a Jura S9 expresso machine because it doesn't work. Seems like the grinder is locked up.

I know 2 relevant things:
1. The machine sells for something like $2500.
2. Jura will recondition it for something like $300.

It's probably worth every penny of the $300 to have it fixed but I'm pretty handy and have found some DIY videos on line. I'm going to see what I can do on my own, but thought someone here might have some advice.

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