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The coffee is just dripping out when you close the dispenser lid

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1. On a Bunn pour-over brewer, closing the lid down triggers the flow of water. After following the initial setup of your brewer, do not open the lid and add water unless you have the decanter in place to capture the flow of water or coffee. As such, this is not the type of coffeemaker you prep the night before. The water you add is not what heats and serves this time, but next time you brew. This is also why you must always leave it plugged in as indicated by the instructions that came with your brewer. (If you do not have a copy of the owner's manual on hand, put in the model number and search online for a PDF download of the user guide.)
2. Keep in mind that a "cup" on a coffeemaker is only 5 oz, and a full pot of coffee in a 10-cup BUNN will be 50 oz. You do not want to add more than this or the unit will drip/overflow. Similarly, the minimum amount of coffee you may brew in a BUNN is 4 cups or 20 oz. If you add less than this amount and shut the lid, it will not brew at all and/or may dribble instead.
3. If by dribble you mean that it is leaking from the bottom and not into the carafe, you may have a bad gasket inside the unit. Contact BUNN to inquire about the possibility of a do-it-yourself repair kit and/or your service options:
https://www.bunnomatic.com/retail/service/contact.html

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SOURCE: dripping

Is the burner hot when this occurs?

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SOURCE: premature dripping

no, the water level in the tank goes up and out the siphon tube. you have about ten seconds before the machine starts to brew a pot.

Posted on Oct 07, 2007

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SOURCE: The coffee dispenses really slowly.

if our coffee drip try to ajust how fine you grind and amount of coffee if you grind the cooffee to fine its hard for the pressure water to go truh and clean the machine with a decalcifier to remove the calcium buildup more calcium less pressure you have to clean the machine every other mounth cheers

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SOURCE: water is dripping out above ,between coffee and

The steam valve housing is probly broken or leaking the line for it runs under the button panal

Posted on Dec 17, 2009

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