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Starts brewing to quick anddispenses before i can put pot under it.

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Yes, I have a bunn also. Does the same thing. No way to fix problem, they don't have a shut off when pot is removed. What I did was bought a second pot I use to fill. Or you can use a water pitcher, just fill pot, pour into pitcher then fill machine. Only solution to help with problem, I do this and dont have coffee everywhere anymore.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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    Don't close the lid until the pot is placed on the burner. Water is dispensed only after the lid is closed.

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