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Own the 3 qt ice tea maker. When making tea it leaks around the seam in the front of the machine and pours out all over the counter and not into the tea maker; any fixes or suggestions to remedy this messy...


I have this same problem. There seems to be two sources of the leak, described below. However, I think Mr. Coffee should re-design the offending parts.
1) bad fit between the brewer and the pitcher, caused by a pitcher that stands too high, preventing the pitcher's spout from snuggling into the brewer. I avoid this problem by brewing without the lid on the pitcher.
2) the brewed tea does not flow straight down from the brewer basket, especially when the tab is set to "strong". In this setting, the brewed tea is forced through a tube, in order to spend more time steeping. However, if you watch the tea flow out and down, you will see it bend to the left and thus miss the catch spout of the pitcher (and flow onto the surface, leaving the impression that one of the parts is "leaking") . I think this is caused by buildup of particulate matter from the tea and/or hard water deposits. My solutions here: try the tab in the "mild" setting; and/or clean the basket drain holes occasionally, especially if you have hard water (soak in vinegar to remove hard water build-up). You may need a tiny bristle brush to clean the small holes in the basket. Also, try to fit the pitcher into the brewer as far to the left as possible.
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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.

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