Question about Cook's Essentials Cooks Essentials Arome 10-cup Coffee Maker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MODEL CM202 (COOK ESSENTIALS)
Contact Heather at Select Brands. I ordered replacement carafes for our office CM202 dual coffee maker. It took about a month to get them, so be patient. I believe they make an order when enough folks get on the list for replacements.
Heather's email to me last year (Aug 07):
Those carafes are 15$ and that includes s&h. We take MasterCard/Visa over the phone or via e-mail. However, they are on backorder right now. Please give me your name/address/phone number/how many carafes you are interested in and I’ll put you on the call back list and I’ll contact you once they become available
Customer Service Manager
913.663.4500 x 221
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
SOURCE: Replacement carafe
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A solution for all them parts needed is:
You should contact the manufacturer of the Machine and they should be able to supply you with any parts needed. For Example. Search Cooks essential and go to their site then Contact us.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
This is called evaporation :P
No but seriously, try to not fill it up more than is needed for the amount of cups you are making at the time, because otherwise you waste electricity anyways.
The more water you put in, the more power it takes to boil it. If you don't use some of the water, you have to re boil it again later, hence wasting water.
If it holds a lot of water, then you could loose up to 2 cups anyway, just from evaporation, it's completely normal
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
SOURCE: cooks coffee maker ...lits up
If it does run some water throught you can try to de-calcify the coffee maker by running a cup of CLR (brand name) through the cycle a couple of times. This will clear most of the water mineral deposits that often clog the coffee making system. After the CLR treatment, run clean water through the system at least twice to clear any remaining CLR. Hopefully this will allow you to enjoy coffee again.
You should clean the coffee maker at least every 30-45 brewing cycles depending upon the hardness of your local water. Regular cleaning by running a cup of white vinegar should work with the more aggressive CLR treatment if you have very hard water.
Hope this clear the problem. Thanks.
Posted on Nov 22, 2010
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