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Slow brewing When I add the water, it barely dribbles into the carafe. It takes forever to fill. I have unscrewed and cleaned the nozzle, but see no way to go beyond that. What can I do?

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2008

    coffee does not brew at all.








  • Anonymous Jun 01, 2008

    my Bunn also, does not brew at all.

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I have had that problem with my bunn and I unscrewed the nozzle and it didnt help.My pot came with a wire so long u are totake that wire and stick it up in there and it cleans it out .If that does not work run cleaner threw it but i would not use vinegar.Thats the best i can do,it worked for me.

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