Question about Bunn VP17-1 Coffee Maker
Posted by Anonymous on
Not unless you are going to be gone for more than a few days.
Posted on Jul 22, 2014
You dont have to unplug unit but you can if you like. Most people leave them plugged in. This keeps water hot and on the ready when you need coffee. When the unit is unplugged there is a waiting time before the water comes to temp. If your unit will not be used for weeks at a time, I would unplugged it, but if used regularly
I would leave it plugged in.
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