Grounds Getting Stuck in Chute - Common Problem of Grind-Brew Coffeemakers

A problem often cited for grind and brew machines is that these machines grind the coffee beans and then transfer them from the grinder part through a chute to the grounds filter. Now ground coffee often gets stuck in the chute and the next time (perhaps the next day) when you brew a pot of coffee the grounds get to the filter and what you get is coffee of the previous grind that isn't fresh anymore. So should you buy a grinder coffee maker make sure that you get a good quality one, one that transfers sufficiently the grounds to the filter and is easy to clean.

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