Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
My coffeemaker is less than 2 months old. Whenever I make coffee, I have to move the coffeemaker out onto open counter space. If it is under an upper cabinet, it puts out so much steam that whatever is in the cabinet gets damp. Not to mention what it has done to the finish on the door. Plus, I end up with less than 14 cups of coffee, and it takes forever to brew. Got any suggestion as to what I can do to reduce the amount of steam coming out the back side of the lid?
Fold a large piece of foil into quarters. Place foil over reservoir and firmly close lid. Open lid and massage edge of foil inside and out with finger to get a kind of cap. Remove foil and trim neatly around outer edge of lip. Fill reservoir with water, place cap on top and close lid. Make coffee.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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