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Bunn ST15 I have a bunn ST15 and wanted to know if I can use this as a pourover machine or must I use the water hookup?.

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This machine should work fine as a pour-over. Actually evaporation would be no different if the machine was hooked up to a water line as this model does not use a probe to maintain water level. And since the element feeds through the bottom of the tank, it would take a lot of evaporation to burn it out. As with all Bunn coffee makers, use somewhat regularly and they will be fine.

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Bunn's official position is that this brewer must be hooked up to a water line. The problem with using these as a pourover is the evaporation of the water. it doesn't take much of a loss of water to burn out the element in those models.

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