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I need the chart that shows you how many scoops of coffee to use for different cup levels for a Classic Coffee Concepts SSU50 model

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All coffee should be as follows: 1 level tablespoon for each cup of coffee.
Try it and enjoy.

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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How many coffee scoops do i use for 30 cups and 36 cups


The Instruction Manual for your coffee maker can be found here:

http://www.westbend.com/supportdata/L5590A_Coffeemakers_ALL.pdf

Instructions include the following:


Water Level Amount of Ground Coffee

Water Level Amount of Ground Coffee

42 Cups 2 ½ Cups

36 Cups 2 Cups

30 Cups 1 ¾ Cups

28 Cups 1 2/3 Cups

24 Cups 1 ½ Cups

22 Cups 1 ½ Cups

18 Cups 1 ¼ Cups

12 Cups 1 Cup

Aug 02, 2011 | West Bend (58036) 36-Cup Coffee Maker

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How much coffee do I need tomake 20 cups of coffee


It takes 1 scoop of coffee for ever 2 cups of coffee, so 10 scoops of coffee is what you need. :)

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May 29, 2011 | Faberware 12-55 Cup Coffee Urn

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I have a coffee maker that makes 36 cups of coffee. How many cups of ground coffee should I use to brew 36 cups?


I would ordinarily use half the amount of scoops of coffee as the amount of cups the coffee maker makes. A scoop being a Tablespoon of ground coffee. Less if you want it weak and one or two more if you want it very strong.

Apr 09, 2011 | Vacuums

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I have a Classic Coffee Concepts GB360 maker that needs switches


I have the same coffee maker which has a heater problem but the wiring is intact. The switches are wired like this:
Right Rear Warmer Switch: Top - White from other two switches
Middle: Black from other switches
Bottom: Red
Right Front Warmer Switch: Top: White shared with other two switches.
Middle: Black with connector to Black on other switches
Bottom: Blue
Lower Front Warmer Switch: Top: White from other switches and connector to white from inside.
Middle: Black and Purple together
Bottom: Black from inside and Purple from inside on a connector.
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Jul 07, 2010 | Classic Coffee Concepts SSU50 Stainless...

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How many scoops per cup?


Hi. normal is 2 scoops of coffee for 3 cups of coffee, then adjust from there for your taste. Good luck.

May 23, 2010 | Faberware FCP280 Coffee Maker

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How many scoops per cup?


Don't follow the machine directions for the coffee, follow the coffee
for amount per cup. Each coffee can call for a different amount.

Once you make a few pots with the same brand you will know if you want a stronger blend or weaker blend.

Start with 1 tablespoon per cup 6 oz of water.

Feb 06, 2010 | Krups Aroma Control 197 Coffee Maker

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How many scoops of coffee for 36 cups?


the traditional wisdom is one scoop per cup and one for the pot

Dec 13, 2009 | West Bend (58036) 36-Cup Coffee Maker

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Instruction manual for cuisinart auto grinb and brew 1 to 4 cups


Here is the trick with the Cuisinart Grind n Brews - their proportion sizes are based on a 5 oz cup - most coffee cups are about 8 oz cups - so you really need to use more than they suggest, but here is their reccomendation:

We recommend you use 1 scoop of whole
beans per cup. Maximum 14 scoops.
For 1 or 2 cups, use 1-1/2 level scoops
per cup. Adjust the recipe according
to individual taste.

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