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My bunnomatic commercial coffee maker is overbrewing by about 2 cups. how do i adjust the water flow?

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If this unit is new and it is doing this, contact the company you purchased the unit from. They should make the adjustments needed.

If this is an old unit, and this just started, you may have a scale build up in the water supply. If that is the case, then it needs to be de-scaled.

The system uses a timer and solenoid valve for controling the water supply. If the valve is scaled up, it will not work correctly.

Also change the in-line water filter.

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