Bunn GR10 has a hole in the panal where the water runs into the
Tank. There is an indention with a washer where the water is deposited to the tank and it has corroded and is leaking at the bottom of the unit. I would like to just replace the panel instead of buying a new unit, but I cant find a source to buy one.
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Re: Bunn GR10 has a hole in the panal where the water...
The only place I know of that you might be able to find a replacement tray for this style of brewer is from your local Bunn repair shop IF they have a used unit laying around that died from something else. Bunn will not even send out these parts to their repair centers. Good luck!!
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This is generally an indication of a lime build-up in the water tubing. If you take off the sprayhead and insert the metal deliming tool into the water tubing all the way leaving out about 1-2 inches and twist it about 5-6 times, this should remove the lime deposits from the water tubing. Then flush out the machine with 2-3 decanters of water. If this doesn't fix the problem, then call customer service with the model and date code for further assistance.
The first pot of water you put in the coffee maker just fills the water tank which is then heated up , once it gets to temperature you then pour second pot of water this pushes the hot water out of the tank through the coffee grounds into the waiting pot. This way you can make coffee faster than a regular coffee maker.
Try taking the top off the unit (3 screws) and remove the pour-in tray (1 bolt) and turn the thermostat down. Replace the tray - making sure you put the silicone washer in - put the lid on, and try it again. If this doesn't cure it, your thermostat is bad, and you need to replace the unit.
clean your spray head by removing it and at the same time run the cleaning spring up through where the spray head screws to. before replacing spray head place your pot under and pour a pot of water through,to rinse.when done replace spray head .wait for it to heat up and your set to brew again...