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Bubbles in measuring column

When I pour water into the pot, bubbles form in the measuring column making it difficult to tell how much has really gone in! Help!!!

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  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2008

    I have the same problem. The bubbles don't seem to appear as often as long as I am making 7 cups or less. I have also noticed that pouring the water in at the ver corner, seems to help when making 7 or less cups, however, this trick does not work when making plus 7 cups.

  • cpg1959 Jan 25, 2008

    I have the same issue. I just empty it completely, give it a couple of whacks on the side and refill.

  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

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I had the same problem. How Frustrating. What I discovered is if you pour the water in really slow, the bubble do not appear.

This was one of 3 problems I had this this maker. The other two were.

  • Could never get the clock set correctly. The buttons are very cheaply made. Would push the time advance button and the numbers would not change. Started acting whacky, flipping between the hours, minutes and program functions.
  • For 3 mornings straight the removal of pot lid gave me troubles. Was like trying to crack a safe. Needless to say, after the forth morning attempt, it lost the battle and broke.
I have been a Krups fan for many many years, dating back to the early 80s. After this even, I have become VERY disappointed with the quality of their consumer product line.

Posted on Feb 12, 2008

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