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Bloomfield 8540-When doing pour over, ready light never comes on and water keeps heating. Unit puts out alot of steam. Unit will produce a hot pot of coffee.

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The thermostat could be faulty or out of adjustment. To adjust it (on my 8572) unplug it, remove the top, there is a box (black on mine) with four wires and a copper tube which goes into the tank (temperature sensor) which has a half enclosed tube sticking out of it with a small screw inside. Remove the small rubber hose from the top of the tank and place a thermometer into the tank through the hole. Turn the sdjusting screw counter-clockwise until it stops (check the +/- signs to be sure) and plug it back in to see if it will shut off before boiling...***MAKE SURE NO WIRES ARE SHORTED BY THE THERMOMETER AND DO NOT REACH INTO UNIT WHILE IT IS PLUGGED IN DUE TO SHOCK/FIRE HAZZARD*** if it stops heating before boiling, turn the adjusting screw clockwise a bit at a time until it shuts off at 205 degrees faranheit and reassemble the unit. If not replace the thermostat.

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What can I do to have the Ready to Brew light come on? I tried to slowly pour in water and fill water tank but doesnt work.


Be sure spray disk and brew gasket are properly installed in the
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Be sure the water supply is properly connected and the water
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Be sure the WATER TANK IS FILLED
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THE WATER TANK MUST BE FILLED

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Pour water in ( at least 4 cups)then turn it on with the pot installed to catch the water. It takes a few minutes to get it hot . You might hear it heating. I can with mine.OK after the heating sound goes away put some coffee in the filter and in stall the filter.Now, fill the pot again (at least 4 cups) and pour the water in and put the pot ready to catch the coffee.It makes the coffee fast because it already heated the water from the first time you poured it in.When finished with the coffee just turn off the burner only.These types are made to stay on 24 hours a day.
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Hi, Get 2 pots place one under the spray head with the filter cone in....now fill the other coffee pot and start to pour water through the lid top front...keep pouring water through (about two and a half pots) until water starts to pour through the cone....now the tank is full plug her in and turn on the power switch at the back and also the front if there is one....place filter in cone..put coffee in filter...pot on burner...wait about 25 minutes until water in tank is hot...when light on front comes on pour another pot of cold water through the top and you will get a pot of hot coffee in bottom....I also think this machine can be hard wired into water main....get plummer to hook up...follow same procedure but instead of pouring water through top for coffee..hit brew switch. if it poors too much of too little you will find a timer in the machine you can adjust to allow more or less water...hope this helps.

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This can be caused by scale build-up on the thermostat probe that hangs inside the tank. The scale stays hot for a long time, tricking the thermostat into believing that the water is still hot. Try pouring 1 Qt white vinigar into the unit, let it warm up completely, run a pot of clear water thhrough the machine, then turn the unit upside down over a sink (making sure it's unplugged first, and always keeping the fill hole down at all times) to let it drain out all the way. Then before you plug it back in, pour water through the machine until water comes out the sprayhead. Then plug it in, let it heat up, pour 2 pots of water through the machine & see if it heats up properly. If this doesn't cure your problem, your unit may need to be completely dismantled to de-scale the tank & thermostat probe.

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These macines have an internal water heater that should be clened periodicly (monthly per manufacturers instructions but I do it quarterly/semianually/when it gets noisy :) ). The machine will have to be disasembled to do this since the tank will have to be flushed when you do this to get the chemicals out of it (vs running a pot of vinegar through your Mr. Coffee machine at home), Depending on how much scale has built up in the tank this could take several cleaninings. Scale deposits can over time impair/damage the heater or thermostat but replacement parts are cheaper than a new machine and the machine will outlast and outperform a standard coffee maker. BTW, my 8572 3 burner was built in 1972, I bought it at a flee market for $25 10 years ago put $100 in parts to get the push to brew and hot water on tap working again and it made two great pots of coffee this morning.

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The first time you use the machine you need to make sure it is full of water - before you plug it in and turn it on. Put an empty coffee pot under the brew basket and fill another empty pot with clean cold water.

Pour the water into the coffee maker. If water comes out then you can plug it in and turn it on. The water heating tank holds about 2-1/2 pots of water so if your machine is empty you will need to keep adding water before you turn it on otherwise you may burn up the heating element.

After the green light comes on - indicating that the tank is hot you can brew a pot of coffee. This machine is meant to be left on all of the time so it is always ready to brew. If you choose to turn it off when not in use, you will need to give it about 10 minutes to fully heat up the water before you brew.

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Bummer Bun


The pour-over type of Bunn coffee brewers require several pots of water to fill an empty tank.
1. While unplugged, pour in two and a half to three pots of clean water (put an empty pot underneath the brew basket). When the tank is full, water will come out of the brew basket.
2. Plug the unit in and wait for it to heat - about 5 to 7 minutes. These brewers are meant to be left plugged in all of the time to keep the tank water hot. You will probably heat some rumbling noises which is normal as the water heats.

If for some reason the water isn't hot after 10 minutes you will need to check the thermostat. Unplug the machine and take the screws out of the top. The thermostat has a little dial or a t-bar that you can turn. All the way left is off and all the way right is boiling. Turn this up about 90% of the way and put the top back on the machine and plug it in. If it gets hot, you are ready to brew. If it doesn't get hot, you may have blown the limit thermostat and will need to replace it.

The limit thermostat isn't the same as the thermostat. It is a ceramic and metal item that senses if the tank gets too hot from having the unit plugged in without any or enough water in it. It is inexpensive and relatively simple to change.

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