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Amount of coffee produced

Only half fills mug it used to fill to top - I've cleaned the filter.

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  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2008

    I just purchased this coffee maker and have had trouble from day one-only once did it use up the water and make 2 cups.please help.I will have to return.

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You clean the filter with what vinegar you need to use descaler descaler melt calcium vinegar vinegar remove calcium in pieces that might block the machine use descaler 1 part descaler 1 part water put solution in the water tank start the machine after a few second turn it of wait 10 to 15 minute after repeat untill empty rinse very good 2 or 3 full rinse that stuff is corosif thanks for using fixya pierre

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