How to use the Bosch TSM6A013B coffee grinder

Do you have the Bosch TSM6A013B coffee grinder and you don’t know how to use it? Don’t worry, in this post we will give you the information and advice you need.

First of all, tell you that if you don’t know how long you should grind the coffee in this grinder, you can click here to read the post where we discuss it.

As a second point, I would like to say that the Bosch TSM6A013B coffee grinder is not very difficult to use , since it has been designed to be as easy as possible without losing quality in each grind.

What type of coffee can I grind in the Bosch TSM6A013B coffee grinder?

You can grind roasted coffee beans or espresso.

You should avoid any type of roasted coffee or similar, something we have also seen when talking about super-automatic coffee makers .

These grinders are designed for coffee beans, and although you can use them to grind other types of spices and so on, you should avoid sugar or similar products that end up damaging your blades.

It doesn’t mean that just because you do it one day it’s going to break down, far from it, but it does mean that it will reduce the useful life of the blades.

How do you use the Bosch TSM6A013B coffee grinder?

Use is very simple, just like a traditional kitchen grinder.

We simply plug it into the mains, add the amount of coffee we want (up to a maximum of 75 grams), put the lid on (it has a safety lock, if it doesn’t close properly it won’t work), press for as long as we consider. and ready.

As you can see, the operation is very simple, there is no difficulty.

The only thing that can get complicated when using the Bosch TSM6A013B coffee grinder is not knowing how long to grind (I left a post above where we talked about it), but with practice you won’t have any problems.

Safety tips when using the Bosch TSM6A013B coffee grinder

As a first point, say that if you use it for 3 consecutive grinds you should let it rest for about 60 seconds to cool down. Giving it more “cane” can lead to a breakdown.

The normal thing is to do a single grind, but if you are that person who grinds one day for the entire week and then not grinding you should take into account that, every 3 uses in a row you need a one-minute break.

As a second point, say that whenever you are not going to use it you should leave it unplugged for safety . This way you avoid that due to carelessness, or if you have children at home, an accident may arise.

It is true that it has a lid with a safety lock that prevents it from operating if it is not completely closed and you should not be able to insert a finger or anything during the process. But better safe than sorry.

The last point I would highlight is that you are not going to put it in the dishwasher or similar.

The upper container and blades can be washed, but never put the electrical part under water.

If the Bosch TSM6A013B coffee grinder is dirty on the outside, you can clean it with a damp (not soaked) cloth with the device unplugged and then dry it.

As you can see, the Bosch TSM6A013B coffee grinder is a very simple device to use and perform maintenance.

You can see all the information about the Bosch TSM6A013B coffee grinder here.

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