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Anyone here experienced with Magic Mill wheat grinder?

 
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When my dad was alive he made bread with wheat flour he ground in the old wood version of the Magic Mill grinder from the 70s.  I brought it home the other day and it works fine, but on its finest setting the flour it makes is not very fine.  I can see how the coarse/fine adjuster could be modified to bring the grinding stones closer but I'm wondering if anyone else has had to do this.  Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
 
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