Question about Bunn CWTF 15-APS Coffee Maker
Yes it is possible to go the the next larger element.
Yes if the machine was plumbed there would be a difference in the way it brewed the water temp. if you look at the end hose in the pan from the solenoid, it takes a while for it to pour out 3liters.
Try using a different sprayhead(if yo;u are using a 6 hole try getting a 5 hole. That will constrain the flow of water a little more allowing the element more time the heat the water.
Posted on May 16, 2009
The tank on the inside holds 5 quarts of water that heats up to 205. when you pour water in the machine, it fills into the bottom of the tank pushing hot water out the top and through the sprayhead. the more water you put in, the colder the tank gets until it has time to heat up again. if you wand it to heat faster, get a cwtf35. it takes 220vac, but it has 2 elements
Posted on Sep 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bunn CWTF15 Airpot brewer
If the unit does this constantly, it's probably seeping past the solenoid valve. you can try taking it off and check for dirt or corrosion that is stopping it from closing properly, or replace it. the solenoid valve is located under the front panel, and is silver in colour with 2 wires & 2 copper tubes coming to it. as always, please be sure there is no power coming to the unit before servicing!!
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Yes, most Bunn CW models have the ablilty to be used as a pour over. There should be a lid on top.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
SOURCE: resevoir tank not filling
If you will get the model and date code located on the bottom of the unit and contact customer service, we will be able to help troubleshoot and resolve your issue.
Posted on May 19, 2010
After use many coffee makers and hot water drink machines will gather mineral deposits. This is very common and the typical maintenece is to run a few cups of white vinegar through the unit a couple of times. This will loose and clean the unit. After this you run water through it a few times to remove the vinegar left behind.
You can also buy professional cleaning/descaling solution like this http://www.buy.com/prod/urnex-14-cl12-3-13-cleancaf-coffee-machine-cleaner-and-descaler-3-pack/q/sellerid/16616284/loc/66357/211223757.html
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
SOURCE: I have a used Bunn
I would remove the front panel and check the pressure stat to make sure it is set high, turn knob all the way to the right the back it up 1/4 of a turn. It that is done and after 7 minutes water is not hotter then the problem is on the top, the hi-limit needs to be replaced.
Posted on Aug 26, 2011
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