Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
I set the clock when we got it. Now it's 4 minutes late, and I can't get it to re-set. Even if I unplug it and wait awhile, when I turn it back on it's still 4 min. late. Manual says to press and hold the Minutes button until it reaches the right time, but when I press and hold this button nothing happens.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Setting the Time
First, turn the Function Knob (bottom-left of the Control Panel) to “Clock”.
Hours: Press and hold the “HR” button to go through the numbers quickly. When the number displayed approaches the desired setting, release and press(pulse) the button to advance one digit at a time.
Note: When the number passes 12, the PM light will be displayed on the LCD.
Minutes: Press and hold the “MIN” button to go through the numbers quickly. When the number displayed approaches the desired setting, release and press (pulse) the button to advance one digit at a time.
To finish setting time, turn the Function to any setting other than "Clock", or simply wait until the numbers stop blinking.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
Unplug the coffeemaker for 20 minutes or longer - not a second less - in order to fully reset it. Then, when you plug it back in, turn the function dial to Clock again. Press and hold the HR button for a few seconds, and then set the hours. It should work now unless it got zapped, as you said.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
This is still under warranty, I would return for a new one. You could also call number in manual, they will probably replace it.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
You have an obstruction in the feed line to the heating element. I found coffee grounds before the check valve. I had to take the bottom off it which I am sure the manufacture wouldn't approve of but I was at my wits end and ready to toss it. I just brewed a full pot 10 minutes!!!
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
SOURCE: Brand new Mr coffee PSTX
If you look where the reservior fits into the base, specifically where the water goes in, there is a rubber seal. It's held in by a circulary plastic piece and 3 screws. I took it apart there to see if something was amiss and decided after looking at it some that they had put the seal in upside down. So I put it back together with the lip of the seal facing up instead of down and I have not had a single drop of water leak from the reservior again. Now if I can get the thermos pot that came with it to stop leaking every time I pour a cup I will be a happy camper.
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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