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Re: Coffee is way to strong!!!
On the controller board, there is a solonoid time dial. turn this clockwise to increase time, counter- clockwise to reduce time.
Be careful to turn only a little at a time,vthough, and run a test brew to see how high it gets in the server, then re-adjust.
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I would ordinarily use half the amount of scoops of coffee as the amount of cups the coffee maker makes. A scoop being a Tablespoon of ground coffee. Less if you want it weak and one or two more if you want it very strong.
The coffee maker has three contributory factors for brewing experiences. First, putting enough water in container prior to brewing is expected to dispense in to coffee capture cup. Second, installing the component parts after inserting coffee leaflets should not hinder brew seepage into the cup. Third, allowing enough time for the brew to dispense is a requisite means to coffee impressions. Furth, coffee leaflets require appropiate numbers inserted at the container area lest the machine takes time to sock and dispense. However, refer to the device user guide for appropiate manufacturers instructures to user as expectations during brewing. Also, refer to the user guide to ascertain any conditions that may be signs of damage preventing fast brewing.
Hi there, I just spoke to someone at customer service. My coffee has been weak and kind of thin. We had the Superautomatica by Saceo for years and I remembered the coffee being richer. Anyway! The person suggested that I adjust the grind but slowly. So set it to the coarsest setting, brew 2-3 cups. Then put it to the 2nd-coarsest setting, brew 2-3 cups. To the third, brew 2-3 cups. To the forth, brew 2-3 cups. Etc. Until you're at the finest grind setting. Again, brew 2-3 cups. An awfully sensitive machine. It seems to have worked although the last few seconds of brewing continue to be a kind of milky colour (as opposed to a deep black coffee colour). You can, though, press the "cup" button to stop the brew. So once, it starts running milky, you can stop the cycle. I hope this helps. I know I've been struggling and cursing the machine for a while :)
Okay, try this, make sure that everything is cool first, then take a turkey baster full of hot water and vinegar and shoot it backwards through the coffee maker...where the water falls on to the grinds. After that, try running either a commercial coffee pot cleaner or just again, vinegar through the brew cycle with no coffee in there. Try it two or three times, there may be calcium buildup in the filter and pump. You could also try that CLR cleaner, but make sure you rinse the pot out really good, and run a few cycles of just water before you drink anything from it.
Sometimes you have to do the decalcification two or three times. Then, monthly after that.
Cuisinart Coffeemaker Decalcification Process Run 2 cups distilled white vinegar and 2 cups water through the system - brew it like it was regular coffee. Then run plain water through the coffemaker to rinse the vinegar out and make sure the decalcification was successful. Repeat as needed. Don't forget to remove the charcoal water filters first. -Tha Mp3 Doctor
This is generally caused by a clog in one of the water lines ..Take the bakset out , and check for clogs in it that could be preventing it from dripping into the canister ... Next remove the filter and run a fairly strong vinegar solution through it followed by a rinse .You may need to do several pots of vinegar . Also check to make sure you are putting the right amount of H20 in your maker as it will evaporate some during brewing .. You may need to also go to a comercial cleaner to clean it out . You can also unplug it and tip upside down and hit it with some cold water from the hose on the sink . Lastly replace your filter (in the water chamber) In the case of this not working you may wish to contact the mfg for replacement .Or if there is no longer a warrenty you may wish to replace it .