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Difficulty in inserting the plastic deliming tool in bunn coffee

The plastic deliming tool won't go in my bunn coffee maker. Doo I need to angle it or what/

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Take the 2 screws out underneath where the hole is. the part will pop off and reveal the tube. thats what i had to do. hope this helped.

Posted on Sep 24, 2011

  • paula Sep 25, 2011

    FYI, also.... the hose/tube was never clogged on mine. when i opened up the coffee maker, it was completely clear. I firgured out that the hose was lose. (not completely detached), but just pulled away a little...enough to let air in and so it wasn't drawing right. kinda like when you have a hole in a straw. it won't work. Anyway, I sealed it better. no big deal....and it works absolutely perfect again.

  • paula Sep 25, 2011

    FYI, also.... the hose/tube was never clogged on mine. when i opened up the coffee maker, it was completely clear. I firgured out that the hose was lose. (not completely detached), but just pulled away a little...enough to let air in and so it wasn't drawing right. kinda like when you have a hole in a straw. it won't work. Anyway, I sealed it better. no big deal....and it works absolutely perfect again.

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Try keeping pressure on it, and turn it around as you insert it. You are trying to go around a corner in the tubr, and sometimes it is hard to get it to go around the bend.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

  • paula Sep 25, 2011

    FYI, also.... the hose/tube was never clogged on mine. when i opened up the coffee maker, it was completely clear. I firgured out that the hose was lose. (not completely detached), but just pulled away a little...enough to let air in and so it wasn't drawing right. kinda like when you have a hole in a straw. it won't work. Anyway, I sealed it better. no big deal....and it works absolutely perfect again.

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