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Bunn model CWTF15 WILL NOT FILL POT - Bunn CWTF 15-APS Coffee Maker

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SOURCE: BT-10-B Bunn Thermofresh that will not heat or fill pot

Lots of times minerals clooect on the heating element and inside the heating chamber. The easiest thing to try is to put white vinegar into the filler, displacing some of the water into the pot. Leave this to soak for about an hour, then flush with several pots of water until the vinegar smell cannot be detected in the water. Make sure that the switch on the side is "ON". You may have an indicator light. The switch on the upper front is for the warmer. The reason you only got a partial pot of water is that the reservoir wasn't completely full. Once you have filled it completely, you should fet a full pot out for every full pot in. If all of the above gives you no relief, you may need to test the heating element for voltage and continuity. If it tests 'open', you will need to replace it.
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Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Bunn model CWTF15 brews coffee but coffee not hot

Check the setting on the thermostat behind the front panel, it might not be set correctly, turn it all the way high the back 1/4 turn.

Posted on Nov 06, 2009

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SOURCE: When I pour water into (empty) pot to fill. Bunn coffee maker

If you pour water into the machine, and water comes out, then the reservoir is full of water. There is no way the water can bypass the reservoir and go directly into the pot.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Bunn CWTF15. Water does not fill the

If u haven't cleaned it out using 3/4 vinegar to 1/4 water, some times this will happen. after running this thru ur coffee maker, (u won't believe the junk that comes out), then run full pots of water to rinse out (2x's). This should help it perform better.

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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CWTF15 WILL NOT STOP WATER FLOW WHEN POT IS MADE.


The coffee dispensing valve is stuck open. It may be due to Calcium deposits.
Descale the machine or manually clean the dispensing valve and the diffuser disc that unscrews to be removed. This diffuser is visible just above the coffee pot.

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thermal fuse is blown. it is located in the top, right rear of the machine in what is now browned tubing. you can either bypass the fuse with a jumper, or get a new part through bunn (800) 352-BUNN (2866)

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Pot only filling half way


If pot used to fill all the way then check the filter if one is installed and the restrictor on the back of the tank, you can also run the deliming spring through the brew tube.
If the pot never filled all the way then remove the front panel and use the instructions to reprogram the brewer.

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I have a Bunn CWTF15. Water does not fill the coffee pot full anymore. Is there a float that needs to be adjusted? Would descaling help this problem? Thank you.


If u haven't cleaned it out using 3/4 vinegar to 1/4 water, some times this will happen. after running this thru ur coffee maker, (u won't believe the junk that comes out), then run full pots of water to rinse out (2x's). This should help it perform better.

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How do i clean my bunn air pot coffee brewer?


Run a pot of half water and half vinegar through the coffee pot and you may need to repeat this process a couple times to get all the calcium buildup cleaned out of the pot. Hope this helps.

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The coffee is not coming out hot into the pot.


Check the hi-limit switch on the tank and the inline fuse from the element to the ready light.

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Our Bunn CWTF15 three burner is over filling. What can we do to correct this problem?


There is a timer inside the front panel re-just the timer with an empty coffee pot right up to the top edge with water only.
if not successful let me know and I'll go further with your problem.my email address dickson@lau.com
God Bless have a nice day.
Dickson

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You might have to descale the boiler on your bunn coffee brewer, If you have the patience I can walk you through it.

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The procedure for setup of this coffee maker can be found here -

http://www.bunn.com/pdfs/commercial/manuals/10613.0000.pdf

Please email if you have additional questions.

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