Question about Bunn NHB Coffee Maker
#1 You must have the second, plastic decanter that came with previous models to do this one: slide an ice cream stick between the lid and that little plunger to hold it down. Having owned Bunns for decades an never having this problem, this is what I did.
#2 If that had not worked, I was going to use a round toothpick and break it off in a hole of the restrictor (simply unscrews) one hole at a time until I slowed the water down to sycn with the basket. However, the problem is the gushing that comes with closing the lid.
I suppose Bunn wanted to cut costs so they replaced the 2nd measuring, plastic decanter with the gate that allows you to use your same glass, serving decanter. With earlier models, you got your coffee even faster! Hope this helps. Mine stopped overflowing when I fastened the plunger down.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
The Bunn needs Bunn filters because they are thinner and let water through faster. The cheaper filters will overflow. Bunn's claim to fame is fast...this is just part of the fast process.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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