Question about KitchenAid Pro Line Coffeemaker Coffee Maker
Bought one few days ago. I ran water thru more than 10 times on day one, and the taste of plastic stay strong, second days I do three more water run, still the same - havent try to brew coffee yet.
The manual suggest just one time water run thru so is mine proline a defect one or the taste just stay for a long time?
Obviously, this should not be! First, we need to know if the coffee maker is working correctly. If you have a candy/oven thermometer, check the output temp of the water. Be careful...it will be hot! The correct temp should be about 180-185 degrees. If it is hotter than that...return the machine. It has a defective thermostat.
What you can do about the taste: try taking some baking soda and mix it with the feed water. Use about 2 tablespoons in at least two cups of water. Then, add plain water. The baking soda can't hurt you but throw it away and clean the pot. Now, take some water and run it through. If the taste is gone...enjoy! If not, try another unit.
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
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