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Black& decker coffee maker does not fully empty, just get half a cup of coffee

The water reservoir does not completely empty

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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.

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Why does it leak water out of the bottom?


I own a Black & Decker (Applica) 12-cup Smartbrew Coffee Maker DCM2000 (see link). Mine started leaking water out of the bottom when brewing. I was able to remove the non-security screws and pry open the plastic bottom to see what the problem was.
Smart Brew 12 Cup Coffee Maker

In my case, the silicone hose running between the water reservoir and the heater/pump had become brittle over time and split where it met a metal tube.

There are two of these silicone tubes in the Smart Brew 12 Cup Coffee Maker DCM2000. In the third photo below, you can see the bottom/inside of the coffee maker with the faulty tube missing.
Replacing a silicone tube - easy. Getting the bottom completely open... not so much.
In order to get the bottom completely off, I used a bolt cutter on the security screw.

I was able to buy a length of the following hose (from ebay):

Silicone Tubing - High Temperature rated AND Food Grade
3/8" Inside diameter x 1/2" outer diameter

It's important to get the inside diameter correct, or the hose will not grip tight enough to stay in place/form a seal. I measured the original to get the appropriate I.D.
The hose must also 100% silicone, food grade, and rated for high temperatures. Beer stores and brewing supply companies typically carry this kind of hose. I got mine from ebay.

I cut the silicone hose to the proper length with a utility knife and slid it over the two receptacle ends - one end of the metal "U" & the round plastic socket leading into the water reservoir.
I put the bottom back on, attaching the regular Phillips screws.

I've had leak-free operation ever since.
The hose cost me a bit more than expected, because I couldn't get it locally and shipping costs in/to Canada are a complete rip-off - but it was still a fraction of the cost of a brand new coffee maker.


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Which components of the Black & Decker SpaceMaker ODC325 Coffee Maker are you referring to? Hanging the entire assembly under a kitchen cabinet, inserting the water reservoir or coffee holder into the unit, or what?

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Put waster into reservoir and it does not empty into cup


Would you care to tell us where it DOES go? Which "cup?" It's not clear exactly what your problem is. If it simply stays in the reservoir, that's one problem. If it goes into the coffee, but doesn't drain down to the cup, that's another. If it's the latter, try cleaning out the tiny drain hole with a tooth pick, since it may just be plugged.

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Te water fill lid is not closed or or the flow valve in the tank is plugged. Remove the basket and clear the hole in the bottom of it.. If new, return it to place of purchase.

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