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Hi, I have owned that coffee maker for years. After it brews coffee, it does not have a warmer to keep it hot. It has a thermally insulated carafe. Such as regular lunchbox thermos jugs have. The reasoning behind this is that coffee heated after it is brewed spoils in a short time. (Of course, unheated coffee gets cold). What that translates to for you with regard to no steam is this. As soon as the coffee maker finishes brewing your coffee, open the top of the carafe, stick in a spoon and stir it.Then pour it. (I learned the stirring part working in a restaurant). If you have to wait before you drink it, do the same. Stir it first. Hope this has been helpful Love that grinder! Best Regards, Mark
I Googled my question and there was a web site by a lady who has the same machine and on her web site was the 1-800 number where I could order the part over the phone. I went back to find the web site for its address and couldn't find it. Sorry but the # I called is 1-800-947-3745
My second one just died, and I am very sad, but I can help you with your question. First you have to set the time. Do that by pressing the hour or minute buttons until the time blinks. Then you can press the buttons to set the time. AM/PM are differiented by a red dot coming on in the time display. You can set that as preferred. To set the timer feature, press the time button until the time blinks. Then use the hr and min button to set your timer setting. Pay careful attention to match the am/pm button with what you want.- if you don't you will be 12 hour off. To use the delay, set up the coffee pot, then push time. The red time indicator will light. If you are using ground coffee press the mill button. If it is lit, the mill will not turn on. This goes for either timed brewing or present tense brewing. THe coffee pot has a timer - it will shut itself off after 1 hour. If you want to restart it, just push the mill button and press the on/off button.
Remove the Brew Unit from the maschine and clean it very well und running water. Thn go into the Main menu and switch back all settings to factory defaults. Then take a vaccum cleaner and put the pipe in the small hole where the coffe falls into the brew unit (knock a bit on the maschin inside). Put out the bean container and do the same with the hole where the beans go into the grinder. Then put everything back in and start a cleaning process for the brew unit (do it 2 times). After that your Problems must be gone. The Problem is between the grinder and the brew unit. the grinded coffee has bee stuck and is not falling into the brew unit .... that happens when you use beans with lots of oil inside .... or coated beans .... they "glue" the chute .....
you will have to open up the machine from the top and take the mill apart. be careful as there are springs and balls which might be hidden in the coffe powder. you will also need to clean the rectangular tunnel going from the mill to the powder release. if you are not good at doing things yourself then you better give it to a service center. they should have about one hour of work with it.