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To Program Automatic Brew 1. Make sure clock is set for correct time of day. 2. Press PROG button and digits will flash. 3. Press H and M buttons until desired brewing time is reached. 4. Press PROG button to confirm setting. Digits will stop flashing and return to set time of day. 5. Once brewing time has been set, follow this procedure: • Follow steps in "How to Make Coffee." • Push AUTO-ON-OFF button once and "Auto" will be shown in display indicating the brew cycle will begin at the set time. NOTE: If AUTO-ON-OFF is pushed twice, the light will glow and brewing will begin immediately. Press AUTOON- OFF once to turn off and once more to set programming mode.
Hi, Well the procedure to set the auto button off would be as follows. First set to 0 so it shut off as soon as it started brewing. Once the switch is turned to auto off, then when the numbers are blinking hit the hour button until you get the desired hours you want the heating element to stay on. If this does not keep the coffee warm then most likely you have a heating element down and will need to replace it. Please let me know if this does not help else please accept it. Thank You for contacting Fixya.com
Unplug the coffeemaker for one full hour.
When you replug it, go to Auto-Off - change the time from "2:00" to "4:00", and then brew another pot. Immediately after the brewing is done, set the coffeemaker back to Auto-Off and see if your problem is resolved.
If not, it may have deeper problems. These coffeemakers have a 3-year warranty - call Cuisinart to see if you are still in-warranty.
Make sure the clock is se tfirst. Then press the Program button - change the hours button - make sure it doesn;'t say 6PM - then press the program button one more time - then press the Auto-On button. Voila!
It seems this coffeemaker insists on shutting itself off after 4 hours, or whatever "auto-off" time you've programmed in. The only work-around I've found is to switch it to "Brew" and cycle the power switch off and on every time you pour a cup. That will start a new 4-hour timer cycle. Since the pot's still hot, it will go quickly to the "brewing done" state and render 5 beeps.
I called Cuisinarts repair center and they had me set my auto off button. It had been set to 0 so it shut off as soon as it started brewing. If you turn the switch to auto off, then when the numbers are blinking hit the hour button until you get the desired hours you want the heating element to stay on. Then when you stop hitting it it will remain at that time after you brew your coffee. If that doesn't work you can call the help line at 800-726-0190, just give them your model number and serial number, the device carries a 3 year warentee
To program the Variable Auto Off:
1. Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to the ?Auto Off?
position. Press and hold the ?Hour? button
for 2 seconds. The clock display will start
2. Program the coffeemaker to shut off from
zero to four hours after brew cycle is
finished by using the ?Hour? and ?Minute?
push-buttons. (see ?To set the time?)