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Have you tried cleaning your coffee maker? If not just fill half of the carafe with white vinegar and let it brew. Keep basket in during cleaning but no filter needed. After running the vinegar through the brew cycle, fill the carafe with plain water and run fresh water through about 3 to 4 times. I do this every 4 to 6 months. I have a light on my coffee maker that lets me know when I need to clean it. I hope this helps.
There is a quick and inexpensive solution to the problem. Household vinegar. Pour about one cup vinegar into water reservoir, replace filter basket without filter allow it to cycle through. After it has finished brewing, you may repeat with another cup of vinegar. Once you are finished running the cycle with vinegar, fill water reservoir with water and cycle through. Be sure to run water through machine at least twice to rinse out all the sediment and or vinegar. Works everytime my coffee maker starts running slow.
You need to take a paper clip and clean the little holes where the water comes out on the left side (It's like a screen). Also you should pull the silver thing that adjusts to allow taller cups underneath up and down several times. You should do the latter every week. It helps get rid of some of the coffee grounds that block the aforementioned little holes.