Question about Mr. Coffee CGX20 12-Cup Coffee Maker
Our Mr Coffeemaker has slowed down a lot. It is a 4-cup size, 700 Watts.
Hi, Don't have much to work with here so I will do the best I can, I am going to assume the water where you live has scale or calcium which builds up in the coffee maker over time. Go to your grocery store and buy some cream of tartar which you can find in the spice section, it is a white water soluble powder. Dissolve about a teaspoon full in a pot of your coffee water, put in a filter with nothing in it and cycle the water through the coffee maker, if it is really scaled up do this a couple of times, discard the filters which probably will have some little white and yellow chunks in it and this should speed her back up. Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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