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Set the Clock: 1. Plug the power cord into a standard electrical outlet . The clock will flash on the control panel to indicate that the time has not been set yet. 2. Press and hold the HOUR and MINUTE buttons until you reach the current time. The AM or PM indicator will light a t the bottom of the display The clock is now set! NOTE: Pressing any button before setting the clock will cause the clock to start keeping time from 12:00 a.m. You must set the clock if you want to use the Delay Brew feature. To Set the Delay Brew Time: *While the display is in the clock mode, simply press the SET DELAY button and, while the DELAY BREW time is flashing, set the brew time by pressing the HOUR and MINUTE but tons. *The AM or PM indicator will light at the bottom of the clock display. *Within a few seconds the display will change to the current time. The Delay Brew Time is now set!
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.
sounds like the coffee maker had a power surge. Try setting the time again.
1. Setting the Clock
When the coffeemaker is plugged in, 12:00 will
appear until you set the time.
Entering "Time Set" Mode:
To set the time, hold down either the "Hours" or
"Minutes" button until the clock begins flashing
(about 2 seconds). You are now in the "Time
Set" mode and can operate either button to
achieve the desired setting. The buttons can
be held down to scroll through the digits, or
pressed and released lightly to advance one
digit at a time.
When scrolling, the numbers will advance
slowly at first and then speed up to the rate
of about three per second. When the number
displayed approaches the desired setting,
release the button and press repeatedly to
advance one digit at a time. Be careful to make
sure that the PM indicator is on if a
PM time is desired.
Exiting "Time Set" Mode:
The "Time Set" mode can be exited in
one of two ways:
1. Press any button besides the "Hours" or
"Minutes" button. This will exit the "Time Set"
and activate the selected function.
2. Do nothing. If neither the "Hours" nor
"Minutes" button is pressed for a period
of five seconds, the "Time Set" mode will
2. Setting the Program Ti m e :
When you press the "Program Set" button,
it displays the current program time
(default time 12:00 p.m.).
Entering "Set Program Time" Mode:
Press and hold the "Program Set" button (about
2 seconds) until the green light and LCD display
begin to flash. This signals that you have entered
the "Set Program Time" mode. The desired time
can be set by pressing the "Hours" and "Minutes"
buttons to scroll forward through the digits.
Pressing and holding either button will allow you
to scroll continuously, slowly at first, and then to
accelerate to the rate of about three digits per
second. As the desired time setting approaches,
release the button and then press repeatedly to
advance one digit at a time. The coffeemaker
will start to brew at the programmed time.
The "Program" mode cannot be entered if the
c o ffeemaker is in its "brew" cycle.
Exiting "Set Program Time" Mode:
"Set Program Time" may be exited in any
of three ways:
1. Press the "Program Set" button. This will
cause the coffeemaker to revert to its
previous state. If it was OFF, it will return
to the OFF position. If "Programmed",
it will revert to this state, and so on.
This is a safety feature.
2. Press any other button (except "Hours"
or "Minutes"). "Set Program Time" will be
exited and the function of that button will
3. Do nothing. If neither the "Hours" nor
"Minutes" button is pressed for a period of
five seconds, the "Set Program Time" mode
will be exited and the programmed setting
will be in effect.
Normal brew level is about 64 ounces.Can be set to what ever airpot you have.To decrease brew volume 2 seconds in programming mode hold down brew button 2 seconds to decrease.Then hold brew button until you here 3 clicks then let complete cycle.turn off red on/off red power switch to lock in time.Set white dip switch on control board to locked position.
First you have to make sure to set the clock for the correct current time:
Press down and hold the SET button. Then alternately press the UP and DOWN buttons (indicated by arrows), until you reach the current time, then release the SET button. (there is a PM indicator on screen but not an AM indicator - if you don't see the PM you are at AM)
To set the time for the brew to start in the future:
Press and release the MODE button once and the Delay Brew Clock picture will start flashing on the screen.
While the Clock picture is flashing - hold down the SET button while you use the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to set the desired brew time (you can hold down an arrow button to get there faster). Release the SET button and now that brew time is programmed. (After a few seconds the clock picture will disappear but the future brew time is programmed.)
To activate the delayed brew:
Press and release the MODE button once. The Clock picture will be flashing and the time shown will be the time that you previously set for the future brew). While the Clock picture is flashing - press and release the BREW button. The Clock picture will remain on steady. The BREW light will not come on until the time in the future that you have programmed.
Pretty confusing - but it does work. Just remember that if you see the Clock picture on steady - the machine will come on at the time you have set in.
If you want to use the machine earlier - while the Clock picture is steady - you just press the BREW button and it will brew.
If the Clock picture is steady but you want to cancel the automatic future brew - just press the BREW button twice. (This turns it on and then off and cancels the future brew).
I can send a copy of the manual if you like. Lennyg678@aol
To program the Auto On 1. Set the desired Brew-Start time. a. Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to “Prog”. b. Set the time you want coffee to begin brewing by using the minute and hour push-buttons. Follow the same instructions you used to set the time of day, in the To set the time section above. 2. Turn the FUNCTION knob to the “Auto On” position. LCD will display the current time. 3. Lift and release the FLIP SWITCH. The green indicator light will come on to remind you that the programming function is in use. At the programmed time, the red light will come on as well, indicating that the brew cycle is starting. Both lights will go off when keep warm cycle ends. NOTE: To reactivate the auto-on feature to start brew cycle at the same time another day, simply lift and release the FLIP SWITCH. The green “auto-on” light will illuminate.
For setting time of day, and auto on and auto
a. Auto On
The Auto On feature is used to program the
start time of the brew cycle. The auto on
time can be set for any time, day or night.
The “PM” indicator is displayed on the LCD
for nighttime program times.
b. Auto Off
The Auto Off feature is used to shut off the
coffeemaker at a preset time, anywhere
from 0 to 4 hours.
c. Program Set
The Program Set function is used to set the
time for the Auto On function.
The brew function is used to start the brew
e. Clock Set
Used to program the time of day.
f. Audible Tone (not shown)
The Brew Central™ Coffeemaker is
equipped with an audible tone which will
sound 5 times when the coffee has completed
brewing (coffee will continue to
stream from the filter for a few seconds
If yours is a Vienna Digital Coffee Maker please click the link below. it is manual of Coffee Maker, it would be helpful to in the future..
Unplug the coffeemaker for 20 minutes or longer - not a second less - in order to fully reset it. Then, when you plug it back in, turn the function dial to Clock again. Press and hold the HR button for a few seconds, and then set the hours. It should work now unless it got zapped, as you said.