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Permanent filter Where can I purchase a new filter for my brew and go? Mine has a hole in it

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Re: permanent filter - Black & Decker Brew 'N Go Deluxe® Coffee Maker Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Why won't it brew?

Have you cleaned the two little holes in the head?
Mine quit working and I used a paperclip, straightened out, inserted into each hole then ran a cup through, inserted paperclip again, ran another cup of water through, then it worked like new again. These little holes get filled with coffee grounds as they punch through the top of the pod, this is where the water comes out to make your coffee. I now clean these two holes every 3 months or so. Keeps it working beautifully!

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what about on/off switch, does it seem ok.


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The light is on to clean it and I do not have an owner's manual. Can you please explain? How do I get the light to stop blinking?

Most coffee makers are cleaned by filling the reservoir with undiluted white vinegar (3 cups). (Do not add coffee.) Remove the water filtration disk if you use it before starting. Then start the brew cycle as if making a cup of coffee (including putting a paper filter or the permanent filter in the filter basket and close the lid). Put a decanter on the warming plate. After brewing, turn off the coffee maker and let stand for 30 minutes. Run another cup of vinegar through the coffee maker. Take the decanter filled with vinegar and discard the liquid (pour down the sink drain). Rinse the decanter. Fill the reservoir with clean water and put in a new paper filter (or clean the permanent filter and put it back). Again do not add coffee. Run a brew cycle to rinse the unit. Discard the water that is in the decanter after the brew cycle. Do a second clean water only brew cycle (with new empty paper filter or permanent filter after cleaning again). However, if you notice an odd taste, repeat the rinse cycle.

You can alternatively use the Mr. Coffee Coffee Maker Cleaner (mix as directed on that package). In either case, this removes mineral deposits (calcium from hard water). For soft water, the cleaning should be done every 80 brew cycles. If you have hard water, do this every 40 cycles.

The manual is available from , if I have the correct product version. For some reason this site isn't coming up for me today. Check the manual to find out if there is any specific details for cleaning that aren't shared with other Mr. Coffee products.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 29, 2010 | Mr. Coffee 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker

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The coffee maker starts out working, however, by the end of the brewing cycle coffee is dripping onto the heating element and all over the counter. The stench of burnt coffee and cleaning up the mess is...

A) On some coffeemakers the upper limit to the amount of ground coffee you can safely add to the filter is 15 TBSP. Exceed this amount and an overflow may result. In fact, there may be a disclaimer to this effect in the user manual. The solution may entail using less coffee or brewing smaller batches.

B) Try each of the following solutions, one at a time, until you hit on one that works for you:

1) a coarser grind to allow the water to pass through more easily;
2) a smaller amount of coffee in the filter basket;
3) brewing smaller batches;
4) another coffee brand/roast to see if the problem is caused by "blooms" (foaming action) associated with super fresh coffee. (This may be the culprit if you buy locally roasted coffee and grind the beans yourself.);
5) Try a paper filter if you normally use a permanent filter, or a permanent filter if you typically experience the problem while using a paper filter. It is also important to use only the type of filter recommended by the user manual. Do not interchange cupcake and cone filter types;
6) If using a permanent filter ensure that the pores/holes in the filter are not blocked with coffee residues. Clean as necessary with a clean (new) toothbrush and hot, sudsy water;
7) Ensure that the filter basket hinge is secure and "clicked" into place prior to brewing, the filter itself is seated properly, and the Brewing Pause spring is not jammed or bent in such a way that it fails to retract adequately to allow the coffee to flow through;
8) Make certain to push the decanter all the way in. Do not remove from the warming plate for more than 30 seconds if using the Brewing Pause feature.

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I have a FTX49 Mr Coffee Maker purchased 9 months ago. It just started to leak in the front area where the round burner casing meets the tall front face of the unit (the groove area on both sides??) What...

There is a lever in the back of the carafe area that pivots and controls a spring loaged valve on the bottom of the removeable filter basket. This lever breaks easily. Pull the filter basket out and you can see the lever hanging down into the carafe "bay". (assuming it's not broken off entirely).

When you pull the pot out during brewing, the lever swings forward and allows the valve on the bottom of the filter basket to close. This shuts off the flow of coffee to avoid drips. The plastic lever is held in place underneath the valve by two round tab "ears". One of these ears can break off, causing the level to hang at an angle. This means the filter valve never completely opens, even if the pot is pushed in all the way. During brewing, the filter basket can't drain into the pot fast enough and overflows.

I fixed mine by going ahead and removing the damaged lever and then wedging the valve open. The spring loaded valve has a little drip "Spout" which hangs underneath the filter basket that directs the coffee into the pot. You can push in on the back of the drip spout and wedge something into the two slots at the back to hold the valve open. This let the coffee flow freely during brewing.

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Can't get the water to brew through the coffee

I know it's not the same make as mine, but when I had that problem, it was the strainer holes that were blocked and the coffee wouldn't filter through, I just took a wire brush to it and cleared the holes no problem and away she went. . Hope that helps

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Coffee pot just would not brew this morning, though it worked fine yesterday morning. I emptied it and started over 3 times. The lights come on but that is all that comes on.

Check the water level. Check to make sure that the coffee filter under basket is clean and not plugged. YOu can remove your filter, then take out the basket and clean it....when did you purchase the machine?

Aug 16, 2008 | Mr. Coffee 072179228578 12 Cup Coffee...

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Have the Cuisinart DCC-1200 coffee maker. When you begin to brew coffee it brews some of it but leaves the whole filter top full with coffee and coffee grounds. Called then customer service line and...

It sounds like you were using the gold permanent coffee filter in addition to a paper filter. You should use one or the other.

The gold permanent filter must be cleaned between each brewing cycle.

Try this:

1. Remove the filter basket from the coffee machine.

2. Remove the gold permanent coffee filter from the basket.

3. Clean the basket thoroughly. Ensure there are no grounds clogging any holes.

4. Insert a new paper filter only into the basket. Do not use the gold permanent filter for this test.

5. Fill the water reservoir with the desired amount of water.

6. Add the desired amout of coffee grounds into the paper coffee filter.

7. Replace the filter basket into its holder in the coffee machine, and close the water reservoir lid. Press firmly on top where it says, "Press to Close".

8. Ensure the glass carafe is placed correctly in its position on the heating plate.

9. Turn the Function Knob to "BREW", then flip the Power Swich to "ON"

Hope that helps.

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Leaks From Filter Gasket

Sounds like you might have coffee oil build up. I would suggest soaking the Brew Head Screen and filter holder in a coffee oil remover by or dezcal. Remove the screw if your filter basket has one. For home use it would be good to clean this every week or so. You can email me for more info: You also might just try purchasing a new filter basket (along with cleaning the Brew head screen and new basket).
Further technical info can be found at:
41 Woodbine St
Bergenfield NJ 07621
phone 201-439-1700
fax 201-439-1701

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Superautomatic esspresso machine problem

You will probably find that the small holes in the filter are blocked with grounds of a perfect plug like size.

I carefully removed the filter plates and cleaned them thoroughly on mine and all was well.

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