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Brita filter


When you initially soak the bag in water make sure to squeeze it lightly and shake to release all the air bubbles. Also, you should pour out the first couple pitchers of water after using a new filter as it takes time to break in. This way all of the gray or black filter water will be gone by the time you wish to drink. For more water filter and pitchers go to www.freshwatersystems.com.

Jul 09, 2014 | Water Filters & Coolers

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How to use mr coffee tea appliance


First clean the pitcher, lid, steeping basket and steeping basket before you use it the first time. Run a brewing cycle without any tea the first time and discard the water.

With the unit unplugged, fill the pitcher with water to the top water level mark on the pitcher and then pour the water into the reservoir. Do not overfill. Place the steeping basket and lid on top of the machine. Place a tray of ice cubes into the pitcher. Turn the steeping dial to open. Put the lid with the spout open on the pitcher and slide it, spout first, under the machine. Plug in the unit and turn it on. Wait until it turns off automatically.

For brewing, fill the pitcher with water to the line for the desired amount of tea. Pour this water into the reservoir (with the steeping basket and lid removed). Place a Mr Coffee filter into the steeping basket and add the desired amount of tea bags or loose tea. You can add sugar or lemon over the top of the tea if desired. Slide the steeping basket into the unit and put on the lid with the steeping dial set to closed. Fill the pitcher with ice to the desired ice level or with cold water to the same volume as poured into the reservoir. (If you are using water, put the pitcher in the refrigerator to chill.) Slide the pitcher with the lid on under the brewer and make sure the lid is open over the spout. Plug in and turn on the brewer. When the brewing cycle is done, it will turn off. Turn the steeping dial to open to drain the remaining tea from the steeping basket. (Let the remaining tea sit longer before opening the dial if you want stronger tea.)

You can get the manual from http://www.mrcoffee.com/Products.aspx?cid=43 . Click on the link for the TM3 (all the models in a series work the same way).

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Jan 16, 2011 | Sunbeam Mr. Coffee Iced Tea Maker, TM3PS...

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Green film on bottom of pitcher


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Oct 30, 2010 | Brita 35516 Pitcher

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There are things floating in the water. Not all the time, but when it happens it will take dumping a few pitchers of water down the drain until it clears. It looks like small shreds of Parmesan cheese. Any...


i cant think of the name of the bacteria that causes the filament like threads to form but,if grows in slow moving water,it is harmless but looks awful, just using more water should help,i use a carbon filter on the pipe that feeds into my unit,which is for the uk market.cuts down on chalk/clorine.and change the normal filter every other month....hopes this helps.

Aug 16, 2010 | Refrigerators

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When I pour water into Brita pitcher I always get a lot of sediment or whatever it is from the replacement filters. I tried pouring different ways but not much of a difference.


From the description of this model's replacement filters, they appear to be carbon filters. What you are seeing is most likely bits of carbon granules from the filter media (which doesn't say much for the construction quality of these filters). I would suggest getting an inexpensive countertop or under-counter filtration system instead of using Brita pitcher filters. These systems usually come with both carbon and sediment filters and if you get a non-proprietary one (i.e. not a system off the shelf at Lowe's), the filter elements are a lot cheaper to replace.

Aug 16, 2010 | Brita 35516 Pitcher

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Anyone solve the pitchers in puzzle 78


1) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher. (leaves 7 litres in Pitcher 16)
2) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher. (leaves 2 litres in Pitcher 9)
3) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 7)
4) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 9)
5) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher (leaves 5 litres in Pitcher 16)
6) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 4 litres in Pitcher 9)
7) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 7)
8) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 9)
9) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher (leaves 3 litres in Pitcher 16)
10) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 6 litres in Pitcher 9)
11) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 7)
12) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 9)
13) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher (leaves 1 litre in Pitcher 16)
14) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 8 litres in Pitcher 9)
15) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (Pitcher 16 also has 8 litres)

YOU NOW HAVE 8 LITRES IN THE 16 & 9 LITRE PITCHERS.IN 15 MOVES.

Apr 24, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

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Dirty pieces of ''onionskin'' in water after changing water filt


Same problem in my 1 year old Maytag side-by-side. I let the stuff it sit in a cup for about 5-7 days, and it turned into a fuzzy mess of mold. Obviously a problem. However, Maytag WILL NOT admit a problem. Home Depot would not override Maytag's decisions. They did arrange for an appliance repair company to replace internal tubes, but after about a month of drinking it again, (WITH A NEW $35 FILTER) I found lots of new MOLD last night. Filled a pitcher a couple of times to find six "onion-like" pieces. This has been an ordeal of about 9 months. My family has had unusual illness (colds, flus, stomach problems) for the past 9 months. I am about to take it to the city dump.

Mar 21, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Too much carbon in water


Sounds like a bad batch of filters. Stop using them and return them to Brita for analysis and replacement

Feb 16, 2009 | Brita 35516 Pitcher

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My dad gave me his Mr. Coffee Ice Tea Maker, but I have no instructions on how to use it. Can you please help?


Specifics may have changed for newer models -- we've had ours and used it happily for many years -- but the basics are simple.
(1) Fill the pitcher with water up to the "water" line and pour that water into the top of the appliance.
(2) Fill the pitcher with ice up to the "ice" line.
(3) Place a coffee filter and a family-sized tea bag into the top of the brew/steep basket and put the cover on that basket.
(4) Put the brew/steep basket on top of the pitcher.
(5) Slide the pitcher next to the appliance, such that the hot water exit port on the side of the appliance lines up with the entry port on the brew/steep basket.
(6) Press the "on" switch on the front of the appliance and wait for the tea to brew.
(7) When the brewing/steeping process is over, the appliance turns itself off.  Replace the brew/steep basket with the pitcher lid for pouring and storage.  Discard the tea bag and coffee filter, and rinse the brew/steep basket.
(8) Enjoy your tea! 

Aug 17, 2008 | Hamilton Beach Iced Tea Maker

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How to


Fill the pitcher with water to the water level park on the pitcher and pour into water intake in the top of the tea brewer.
Fill pitcher to ice level mark (if there isn't one, put in about 2 - 3 trays).
Make sure that the brew basket lever is closed by pushing in then down.
Put 6 - 10 regular tea bags in brew basket and place brew basket on top of pitcher.
Slide the pitcher with the brew basket under the machine where the water comes out and make sure it is snug. Turn machine on.
When the machine is done brewing, the unit will shut off automatically.
Carefully slide the pitcher away from the machine and release the lever. This will let the tea pour into the pitcher.
That's it! Just don't put the pitcher, lid or brew basket in the dishwasher - that's how I ruined my first one.

Jan 24, 2008 | Mr. Coffee Iced Tea Maker TM1S

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