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Adjust bunn coffee maker water level

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We have a C Series Bunn single coffee make that has two different sized clear plastic water hoses connected with a barbed fitting. I can not find a manual that shows me this fitting.


It sounds like the T-Barbed fitting on top just before the brew head. There is a water by-pass system on large commercial brewers. The idea is that it's possible to over-extract the ground coffee if too much water is poured into the worn out ground. There are several types of systems and ideas on how to overcome this problem. over extraction is one of the causes of bitter coffee. You've tasted old peculated coffee from old brewers of the 1950-60's.
* the t-barb fitting comes from the main brew head valve then tees off to the bypass port which can have another solenoid or just a pin valve. the pin valve is manually adjusted to flow anytime the brew head valve is turned on. water is partially diverted to by-pass the grounds and drips directly along the inside of the brew funnel. Open it too much and you get weak watery coffee. Too little then stronger bitter coffee. I suggest turning it all the way clockwise (off) then opening it 3-1/2 turns. Check and adjust to taste.
* you should call your vendor for service and parts if needed.
* Parts are available from Bunn vendors,, Amazon, or your local restaurant supply as Bunn is a very common brand. Curtis parts may fit too. The barb is a standard 3/8th T fitting if I remember right. You may also find it at a Refrigeration plumbing supply like COSCO plumbing (Not the COSTCO membership store)
* It's just a divert-er so even a nylon t-fitting may work.
* Final; you can find the parts and manuals from Bunn.com even some of the discontinued models.
Aloha! ukeboy57

Mar 28, 2017 | Bunn Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Adjust bunn coffee maker water level


To adjust the brew volume/batch size you will need to access the main circuit board behind the front panel. Isolate the machine before removing panels.

NOTE: Check that the brewer is connected to water supply, the tank is properly filled and a funnel and server or decanters are in place prior to setting or modifying batch sizes.
  1. Modifying batch sizes: To modify a batch volume, first check that the SET/LOCK switch is in the "SET" position on the circuit board. If the brewer has a batch selector switch, position it to the size to be changed. To increase a batch size: Press and hold the START or BREW switch until three clicks are heard. Release the switch (Failure to release the switch within 2 secs after the third click causes the volume setting to be aborted and previous volume setting will remain in memory) and press it again one or more times. Each time the switch is pressed, 2 secs are added to the brew time period. Allow the brew cycle to finish in order to verify that the desired volume has been achieved. To decrease a batch size: Press and release the START or BREW switch once for every 2 sec interval to be removed from the total brew time period; then immediately press and hold down the START or BREW switch until three clicks are heard. Release the switch. (Failure to release the switch within 2 secs after the third click causes the volume setting to be aborted and previous volume setting will remain in memory). Allow the brew cycle to finish in order to verify that the desired volume has been achieved.
  2. Setting batch sizes: To set a batch volume, first check that the SET/LOCK switch is in the "SET" position on the circuit board. Press and hold the START or BREW switch until three clicks are heard (this will take approx. 10 secs) and then release the switch. (Failure to release the switch within 2 secs after the third click causes the volume setting to be aborted and previous volume setting will remain in memory). View the level of the liquid being dispensed. When the desired level is reached, turn the ON/OFF switch to "OFF". The brewer remembers this volume and will continue to brew batches of this size until the volume setting procedure is repeated. Empty server(s), turn selector switch to positions that have yet to be set and repeat batch setting procedure until all batch sizes are set.
    NOTE: When brewing coffee, batch volumes will decrease due to absorption by the coffee grounds.
  3. Setting programming disable feature: If it becomes necessary to prevent anyone from changing brew times once
    programmed, you can set the SET/LOCK switch to the "LOCK" position. This will prevent any programming to be done.
    NOTE: If the clicks cannot be heard, lightly grip the incoming water line to feel when the valve cycles on and off.
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Jun 22, 2014 | Bunn CWTF15-TC

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Hot water faucet adjustment?


The Axiom uses a water level probe to keep the heater tank filled with water at a set level. The hot water facet takes water directly from the top of the tank. It's gravity fed with only the weight of the top portion of the water (the hottest area) to flow into the faucet. It is possible that your faucet 'Boot' or spring is bad and needs replacement. But it's designed to give you a single cup of hot water. Do not expect to fill a pot (or large french press) with this faucet.
* Call your vendor for service.
Aloha, ukeboy57

(the parts manual) https://catalog.bunn.com/public/docs/39131.0000/E17/01/000/39131.0000.pdf

Apr 03, 2014 | Bunn AXIOM AXIOM-DV-APS Coffee Maker

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I don't know how to calibrate my coffee grinder


Check bunn.com for a free download of your model's manual.
You should contact your vendor for service.
*** the following is for information only. Service should be performed by a qualified tech.***
* Most Bunn grinders usually have an adjustment screw in the middle of the burr plate housing.
* LPG is under the bottom chute. It's hard to see and you may need a mirror. Take a stubby flat blade screw driver in the slot and turn as needed, but go a quarter turn at a time!
* G2/3 have a large dial with the grind sizes clearly marked out. There is an adjust/calibration screw in the center of the knob.
* G9 have a large bolt in the center of the burr with a slot that could fit a quarter coin in it. You must un tighten the locking nut to turn it. Make sure you lock it down again after the adjustment.
* Final; if there any loud noise or grinding metal sounds or the motor hums and stops. Then turn off grinder right away. Back off whatever you did last and try again. If it's still making noises then unplug and call your vendor for service.
Aloha, ukeboy57

Jan 27, 2014 | Bunn Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Adjust temperature higher, HOW?? Problem is reoccurring now every batch brewed.


Could be lime on thermostat probe.When unplugged remove probe and crack off lime deposits.To access ,remove top lid and loosen fill tube nut for fill basin.Take out basin and thermostat is underneath. Also check heating element or hi-limit.Ohm to check with a meter.

Jan 24, 2011 | Bunn VPR Coffee Maker

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9080c fails to scan single page; has trouble scanning a batch.


Hi
what size page are you trying to scan, if they are smaller than the gap between the transport rollers, they will not feed.

the single sheet problem you have:- the scanner knows when there is paper to feed when the sensor is pushed up beside the pick roller and it will put the tray down again when the rollers are pushed up. sometimes the little plastic sensor to the left of the roller gets a bit stuck and needs to be freed, it wares itself out where it hinges inside the cover around the pick roller. just unclipping it and cleaning it is usually enough.

good luck.

Oct 07, 2009 | Canon DR-9080C Path-Through Scanner

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Bunn omatic won't make full pot-even with water line hooked up


Use the dial with numbers on it and adjust to a higher number. Remember to go in half steps such as 2 adjusted to 2 1/2, 3 adjust to 3 1/2 etc.

If you only have a High Low knob, that is to set your water temp.

If you have an electronic circuit board, you will need to follow the batch instructions pasted on the inside cover (facing the lower burner) to adjust for water level/batch. This cover has 4 screws.

Sep 08, 2009 | Bunn VPR Coffee Maker

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Help, My comericial coffee machine is making 2 pots


Hello. I do not see a VPR manual with automatic functions, so your unit is not a VPR. Either way, it sounds like you have a scale build up on your level probe, causing the machine to over brew, until it can "see" the water again. This would require taking the top off, locating the probe, unplug please, remove by pulling out, annd cleaning the part that sits in the water. The other thing is you accidentally changed the time setting, here is a link to the manual,
http://www.bunn.com/pdfs/commercial/manuals/10179.0000.pdf

use the instructions to reset the whole time cycle on page 6, setting batch size. Then lock the timer to prevent future mishaps.If this is not your manual, but you have a Bunn unit, go to www.bunnomatic.com, and you can find the manuals to the left side of the screen.

Hope that helps, and thank you.

Apr 05, 2009 | Bunn VPR Coffee Maker

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Batch scan / several pages


Hi,
You are on the right track... It is normal that for every scan a new window opens... the problem is to put them in one frame...

After your scans... create a new window (let's name it ABC) and set the size that you wanted... if you're done. Go to the 1st scan then select and copy a frame... Now go to ABC frame and paste it, adjust the size to project the accommodation of what is to be placed inside. Go to the 2nd scan then select and copy a frame... Go to ABC frame and paste it, again set the size... Keep doing that to other scanned data and.....

I hope I had Fixya your problem....

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