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COFFEE GROUNDS COME THROUGH THE HOLES IN COFFEE BASKET. WHAT TYPE COFFE SHOULD I USE TO ELIMINATE THIS? IS THEIR A FILTER MADE FOR TJHIS URN

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Your coffee is too finely ground for your basket. 2 solutions: buy "regular" ground coffee from now on, OR use filters inside the basket. Many 30 cup or 45 cup maker's baskets are sized so that a normal filter, flattened-out, and a small hole torn in the middle will fit into basket and prevent the grounds from passing through.

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Were do you buy the big filters for 42 cup coffe maker or do you not use one.


Hello, My name is Mike.

Large coffee makers of this kind have a basket.There is no need for a filter. Now, there are filters you can buy that would work for this size if you felt for some reason you have to have one.

For example you can buy large Bunn filters, and just pinch a hole in the middle and put it over tube and now you have a filter. Now, personally me being a expert on espresso machines as well as owning a coffee company myself. I would not use any filter, as this machine is designed not to have one. If you do use one, problem is, with that type of volume of making a pot, will make your coffee weak and inconsistent.places to buy a large filter for the machine to make it work is wall mart, k-mart- sears-and for business is united grocers, other wise known as cash and carry. I hope this helps, Mike the Bean Man.

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