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vintage Schnitzer Stone grain mills made in the '60s

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batiger1948

vintage Schnitzer Stone grain mills made in the '60s

I have a Bosch Universal Mixer (older 700W machine) and have just acquired the vintage Schnitzer Stone grain mill made in the '60s. I cannot find a pdf user manual. Does anyone know of a link or website that I may be able to find one? If not, if anyone has a pdf file for this user manual, would you mind sharing? All help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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ElPanadero

I have a more uptodate Schnitzer grain mill. I'm wondering why you want a user manual? Surely a grain mill is simply a motor that turns stones? Switch it on, put grain in, watch flour come out. What am I missing? Are you wanting to take it apart?

Could you put up a photo of it may be? I recently took mine apart to see inside and check if there was flour collecting everywhere. It was very easy to do.

EP

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batiger1948

Hello EP

Thank you for your response. I hope to have an idea of tearing it apart and cleaning. Also, I hope it will give me some indication/settings for different grinds of grains. I bought it in the hope of doing some cracked wheat and cornmeal. I have the NutriMill Classic Grain Mill for flour, but would like to have coarse grinds for cereals, etc.

Therefore; a user manual would be helpful. Am I off track with this older version of grain mill. I hope I did not waste time and money on something that will not work. 

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batiger1948

Not sure how to add a pictureSchniyxrt Grain Mill Sorry

Tried, but it isn't here :-(