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I have a black and decker coffee maker and it doesnt keep the coffee hot. Why is that because we havent had it that long.

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SOURCE: Black & Decker TCM700 Coffee Maker problem

the concept still applies. the heating element is usually dual functional. heating the water then keeping the plate warm.

Posted on Mar 11, 2007

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SOURCE: black and decker spacesaver coffee maker

There are two heat stages in the Spacesaver. One is the carafe heater you can see while the other is an assembly within the main housing. This assembly contains a heater, thermostat, and a section of metal tubing with high temperature silicon connectors at each end. when the water storage tank is inserted it fills the heated section of the tube and when activated the water boils as it passes through the one way valve and forces the water into the coffee container. This steam driven surge repeats until all water has been moved to carafe. There are several failure modes associated with this assembly an I have two. 1. is the heater opening which I have and 2. is the thermostat degrading causing incomplete transfer and ultimately no transfer because it brings the temp down prematurely. Another is crud on the check valve so many problems - no solutions

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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SOURCE: directions on how to use my Black and Decker Espresso Mio coffee maker

Be sure the red rubber gasket is in place and clean (ridge side in) and bottom water cup is screwed firmly on to avoid leaking.
HOW TO USE:
1) Fill the bottom water cup with cold water up to the inside lip.
2) Set funnel into bottom water cup
3) Fill coffee basket with expresso grind coffee and level off. (Do not tamp or pack). Make sure it's filled to the top.
4) Place filter onto coffee basket and set coffee basket into funnel
5) Place brewer over bottom water cup and screw firmly into place.
6) Place unit with lid in the center of a microwave oven set on high for 1-1/2 minutes. If boil over occurs, reduce the brew time in 10-second increments until no boil over occurs.
7) Grasp handle to remove unit from microwave when finished brewing.
8) Remove lid and check the level of espresso in the brewer cup. Standard brew is at least 2 oz. If you don't have this level brew, replace lid and microwave on high another 10 seconds. Wait 20-30 seconds for bubbling to stop.
CLEANING/ADDITIONAL BREWING:
1. Under cold running water, unscrew the bottom water cup. CAUTION: It is normal for some water to be left in the bottom water cup. Both the coffee basket and any water in the bottom water cup will be extremely hot! If you prefer, allow the unit to cool for at least 3 minutes before unscrewing it.
2) To brew additional espresso, rinse Funnel, coffee basket and filter, then repeat brewing steps 1-8 above.
3) Parts are top rack dishwasher-safe -- hand washing filter is recommended.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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SOURCE: replacement carafe for Black & Decker ODC325N Spacemaker 12-Cup

You can have mine for the cost of shipping

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Series ODC150-325 Black and Decker Spacemaker Coffee Maker

Often there are hard-to-find Black & Decker Spacemaker coffee maker parts here: http://stores.ebay.com/Lauras-Last-Ditch/_i.html?_nkw=black+decker+spacemaker&submit=Search&_sid=93311479

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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