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Premature dripping The coffee begins to drip before I shut the lid. Is something wrong?

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  • Kendean Nov 14, 2007

    Yes I have the same problem. As you pour the water in it comes out the filter. You have no chance of getting the pot back under the filter before the water comes out.



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No, the water level in the tank goes up and out the siphon tube. you have about ten seconds before the machine starts to brew a pot.

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Just dribbling, not filling up with coffee

If the coffee is flowing over the top and not going through the filter holder. into the flask below, check that there is no blockage under the filter holder or if fitted ensure the anti drip under the filter is open this is usually activated by the lid on the flask, which presses this open to allow coffee to fill the flask, when fitted, then to stop the coffee dripping onto the the hot plate below when removed. so ensure any lid for the flask is fitted and that the flask is in correct position on the hotplate to allow coffee to flow through.

I hope this was helpful.

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Ensure the lid is on the pot as it pushes up a plunger to allow the coffee to drip when it it properly seated under the filter assembly.

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Coffee spilling over the top , not dripping

The caraffe lid must be on the Coffee maker while making coffee.

The lid pushes a opens the hut-of valve in the filter.
If the lid is not on the caraffe, the valve will prevent coffee from dripping out of the filter.

This is to prevent coffee leaking on the lower carafe heating element when you remove the caraffe to quickly pour some coffee. the water accumulates while you do this, so if the machine is still brewing, you should put the carafe with lid back in the cofee maker, to release the accumulated liquid in the filter.

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This is a design flaw and can be corrected by enlarging the lid spout. First remove the plastic lid. Then use a fine grinder or sandpaper to remove approximately 1/8 inch of plastic from the lid spout. Follow the exact same contour of the oval spout. However, do not take off so much material that you disturb the small plastic tabs that hold the lid to the pot. Finish by slightly rounding the edges where the material was removed with fine sandpaper. No leaks - no drips.

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If your buttons and or display is not working ( mine got wet with coffee) simply flip the coffee maker over. Unscrew the bottom. expose the display circuit board carefully, DRY it with a HAIR DRYER and put the unit back together! Presto! Mine is working again.

If you need a new circuit board, you can get one for $35 from I found. They also have the Duo filter and extra parts cheaper than the Krups website.

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The Bunn coffee machine has an internal tank used for holding approx three potfulls of water at just below brewing temperature. When you add water for a potful, the thermostat senses cold water and starts the brew heater. The water level inside the tank comes up and goes through the sprayhead. This "surge" of water, that you call drips is normal. The hot water stratifies to the top of the tank, just like an electric water tank in a house. The internal pot heater kicks in and boils the water already in the tank, raising the water level in the siphon pipe to the sprayhead until the reservoir under the add water opening is empty.

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