Hello My name is Ian ~ I am not on the site constantly so please be patient whilst waiting for responses to you queries
This perhaps is not the answer you want and I note Your last sentence, however, you have got a coffee machine with a retail cost of nearly £1000. As stated damage was caused to the grinder by a foreign object falling into it ~ I applaud You 'having a go' but without the correct manual/parts list putting it back together is a nightmare. You will also I hope have noted that the grinder assembly has got to be connected to the rest of the mechanism and calibrated ~ ie to ensure that everything works together and the coffee making operation happens in the correct sequence. If this is not carried out You are in danger of damaging the drive mechanism and subsequently wrecking the machine. If it were me I would contact the company below and order a new calibrated grinder assembly thereby saving you both piece of mind and less stress. ~ Ian
The link ~~ http://www.coffeemaker-spareparts.com/Jura-Spareparts:::7.html
Leave it with me Ross, I will look and see they have any exchange deals in place that can save you money or alternatively see what the cost of a new or replacement pcb is ~ be right back
OK how long have you had the coffee machine and did you get it from on of the Jura dealers?
OK let me see if we can get you a board at a reasonable price, be a shame to scrap it ~ still looking
Excellent news and many thanks for the good service report ~ keep me in the loop I keep meaning to get myself a decent coffee machine enjoy ~ Ian