Question about Brewmatic 151 Coffee Maker
I have a commerical coffee maker that seems to work fine except the water won't shut off therefore filling the reservoir and overflowing out of the machine. Any suggestions?
Check the timer on the machine. it could be a mechanical or electronic timer. the timer's output goes to a water solenoid valve. could be the solenoid itself is faulty, but it all seems to point towards the timer - because you say it works fine normally. Is this a bunn coffee maker?
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
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Are you pouring the water into the water reservoir? My wife bought a BrewStation and the same thing happend to me the first time I used it. Of course, I did not have the directions. I filled the removable water/coffee tank, but did not transfer the water into the 'water' reservoir. The water does not drain by itself.
Works fine now.
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