Question about Faberware 10-22 Cup Coffee Urn
I ordered this coffee urn (Farberware model L1360) on ebay this month...tried to make coffee at Christmas and only got hot water. The water doesn't seem to come up thru the stem. The grounds were still dry after supposedly being "perked". If I took a fork and held the stem down...then it tried to work. My husand messed around with the spring on the stem. We weren't sure what needed to be done. There wasn't a manuel that came with the maker...so I am not sure what the part should look like, or if we are missing something? Does anyone have a suggestion. This is my first ebay purchase...maybe I should have purchased new???
Be sure that the washer at the bottom of the pump stem remains loose.
If coffee grounds lodge in this area, remove under running water or with
a wooden tooth pick. Dan
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Some of the older models of Farberware pots have a ceramic tube that goes over the stem. This tube helps to bring the water up the stem to go over the coffee. If you are missing this ceramic tube it could be your problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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