Question about Cuisinart Grind and Brew 10 Cup Coffee Maker
I received the DGB-900 Grind and Brew for Christmas and have used it approx.50 times. I started out cleaning the chute once every other cycle, then after every cycle because of the buildup in the chute, which I figure is attributable to the oily content of my beans and the steam.
This morning I programmed a brew cycle and noticed that the grinder sounded "bogged down" and ended up with clear water in the caraffe. So I cleaned the chute and tried again, same result. Third attempt with ground coffee was fine, so I guess the problem is the grinder motor..
How do you clean out the motor or otherwise fix the problem?? Thanks!!
One idea to try. I noticed with my grind & brew that the moisture never evaporated from the inside top of the machine. Since that cannot be good over a long term, I have started leaving the top open during the day after I clean the machine in the morning. Your problem is why I started doing that. Why don't you try leaving the top open for a couple of days and see if drying the machine out doesn't cause some of that gunk to dry out?
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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