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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
bye descaling product for the coffee maker not vinegar put descaler in machine fill with water start leave it running for 10 seconds close it for 15 minute start it up again repeat untill empty after its empty fill it with water run it untill empty repeat again descaler is acid so you need to rinse very good try it out thanks pierre
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
This often happens when there is too much coffee put in to start with. The coffee grounds expand when wet so take up more room. If it is too full to start with then the water has to build up too much pressure and that raises the boiling point. When the espresso is finished the coffee grounds should not be packed solid. You should be able to poke a hole in it with your finger.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
The good news is there is nothing wrong with your coffee maker!
With any coffee maker that heats up the water, you're going to lose some of that water to the heating process (steam, etc.). You also don't get every bit of water out of the machine.
So that's why you need to look at the water reservoir level indications instead of using the graduations marked on the glass coffee carafe.
Typically, once you've figured out how you coffee maker works, I'd just "add" 2 more cups of water in the glass coffee carafe to get the amount of cups you want to brew.
I know my coffee maker is pretty close to exactly 2 cups shy of whatever I put in the glass carafe that I pour into my coffee maker. That's when I noticed the markings inside the water reservoir that didn't match the coffee pot. It was always 2 cups shy, so I just put 8 cups of water (using the carafe) to get 6 cups in the morning.
So I suggest you just you make these small adjustments to your water measuring and you'll get the right amount of brewed coffee out of your machine!
Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
I had some coffee grounds stuck up in the cone shaped hole that the water comes from at the top. I had to use a very long toothpick but it broke up some of the grounds that happened to get caught up inside. Before doing this, I went through 24 oz of vinager ;) .. the toothpick worked!
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Mix one ounce OxiClean powder with your powdered detergent in the
detergent dispenser of your front loading washing machine.
Dump one ounce OxiClean powder into the washing machine before you add clothes.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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Apr 03, 2017 | Kitchen Appliances - Others
Jul 12, 2014 | Computers & Internet
I use almond
milk to make my vanilla ice cubes as I find it gives the best flavor. Combine 2
cups of the almond milk with one third of a cup of sugar. Add the contents of a
whole vanilla bean and bring to the boil.
Once it's simmering, cook it for about ten minutes. When it has cooled
down to room temperature, strain it through a very fine sieve and put it in ice
cube trays to freeze.
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