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Brew Station Deluxe Model 47454

I have a Hamilton Beach Brew Station Deluxe coffee maker and it is only brewing half of the water I put in it.

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Are u sure that the water is still not in the reservior? After the partial brew, CAREFULLY check / empty the reservior for the missing water. If it's still there, then u probably have a clogged perculator hole at the bottom of the reservior.

I just figured out how to correct a slow / partial brew problem for a 4 cup Mr. Coffee that left the water in the reservior...I have been using paper towels and napkins to dry the reservior and cover after use, and apparently bits 'n pieces of paper clogged the tiny little hole at the bottom of the reservior that the hot water perculates through

Multiple vinegar/CLK flushes may eventually desolve this paper clot, but I used my vacuum cleaner with slat attachment to vacuum the paper clot out.

Posted on Sep 06, 2008

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This isn't a calcium issue. It's the product. I'm on my 5th machine. I love the coffeemaker, but every 8-10 months this problem occurs. Contact Hamiltonbeach and give them your product number. Since it's obviously a recurring problem they'll replace your unit...no questions asked.

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

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Unit needs cleaned run a 50/50 mixture of white vinegar and water through it a few cycles and then a few cycles of clean water this should remove any deposits in it. this should fixya!!!

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The coffee just dribbles out of the canister when bar is pressed instead of pouring out like before.


The plumbing is clogged and needs cleaning. Follow the instructions of the unit for thorough cleaning. Think it involves the use of a vinegar solution that you pipe thru the system.

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How do I get a copy of a manual for a Hamilton Beach Brew Station Deluxe Model #47454 ?


The manual is available on the Hamilton Beach product page: http://www.hamiltonbeach.com/coffee-makers-legacy-products-brewstation-deluxe-12-cup-coffee-maker-47454.html#careguides . (If needed, click on the Use and Care Guides tab.)

The direct link to the Use and Care Manual is http://useandcares.hamiltonbeach.com/files/840160504.pdf . (Note: Adobe Reader or a similar program is needed to read or print the manual.)

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Brew station is extremely slow, suspect it needs cleaning.


You can run a cup of vinegar through the machine. Run it just as you would making coffee, except without the coffee. Run water through the cycle at least twice to remove sediment and the vinegar. Works like a charm.

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Could be the thermostat sensor, or the warm mode heating element, or the section of the control module for the warm mode. The details are model dependent.

If the coffee maker is out of warranty, it may not be worth servicing.

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My brewStation 47214 stopped pumping water today, even though the warming element continued to get hot. A half dozen screws later I discovered a second heating element inside the coffee maker. The internal element is what heats the water and forces it into the basket. This element was burned out, religating my brewstation to the garbage. Probably last 3+ years.

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I have a Hamilton Beach Brew Station Deluxe coffee maker that has been leaking from the bottom of the unit with almost every pot that is made.


http://forumappliances.com/images/Hamilton%20Beach/Hamilton%20Beach%20Parts/Hamilton%20Beach%20P-990021600.jpg

IF BY BOTTOM YOU MEAN BOTTOM OF THE POT, YOU'LL LIKELY NEED A REPLACEMENT POT (CALLED A TANK). REPLACEMNT PARTS YOU NEED ARE NO WHERE TO BE FOUND BY ME AND I HAVE LOOKED FOR HOURS.

Might want to call to assure this will work in your model Brewstation.
This vendor is in canada. $9 CDN is cheap enough.

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