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Vintage Revere Ware Copper Clad 8 Cup Drip Coffee Pot

How do I make coffee in this pot? In which section does the water go and where do I put the coffee?

Need instructions or manual.

It has a copper clad bottom with 2 numbers on it. Can't make out what it says before this number 1st No. 2272609. The 2nd number says something then process patent no. 2363973. Would appreciate any help you can give me in how to use this coffee maker.

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  • BarbLutz55 Mar 11, 2008

    No answer from you folks yet. Don't know how to use your site very well, but I want you to know that this coffee pot is not electrical - that is why it is copper clad - for the stove top. An instructions for an electric pot will not apply.



    Thank you.

  • attack-cat May 11, 2010

    It's the same one I have listed in http://www.fixya.com/support/t675518-rev...



    I have a description there of it. Here it the description:



    The coffee pot has Patent 2272609 and the number 2363978 on the bottom. It has a small bottom part (like a pot) with a small pouring spout, then a middle piece fits in that about the same size with a funnel design on the bottom and little holes in the bottom, a flat metal thing with a flat metal stick in the center fits inside the middle part and it also has holes in it. and last is the lid. No glass perculator thing on it just a black knob.

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Barbara,
Coffee grounds go in the top. (i use a filter paper also.) Install baffle with stem up. Assemble top to empty bottom section. pour boiling water into top. I use 4 cups water, 2 scoops chickory coffee. Let water trickle down into bottom. I put mine back through 3 times, black as tar. That is the advantage of this machine. I will never use another.........

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Vintage Revere Ware Copper Clad 8 Cup Drip Coffee  - 1702069062738080_1.jpg <-- if this is the coffee pot - it is a percolator, put the water in the Pot itself, and the coffee (with a filter) in the "basket" . The water begins to boil and "perk" up through the stem to the (you can see it in the glass bubble in the lid) and over the basket and your coffee, depending on how strong you want your coffee, is how long you let it perk.

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    <-- <-- if this is the coffee pot - it is a percolator, put the water in the Pot itself, and the coffee (with a filter) in the "basket" . The water begins to boil and "perk" up through the stem to the (you can see it in the glass bubble in the lid) and over the basket and your coffee, depending on how strong you want your coffee, is how long you let it perk.

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Looking for stem for a REVERE WARE 5 cup-84 percolator.

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  • minni May 28, 2012

    Looking for stem for a REVERE WARE 5 cup-84 percolator.

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Http://www.fixya.com/support/t675518-revere_ware_old_fashioned_coffee_pot I have the same one and same problem.

Description: The coffee pot has Patent 2272609 and the number 2363978 on the bottom. It has a small bottom part (like a pot) with a small pouring spout, then a middle piece fits in that about the same size with a funnel design on the bottom and little holes in the bottom, a flat metal thing with a flat metal stick in the center fits inside the middle part and it also has holes in it. and last is the lid. No glass perculator thing on it just a black knob.

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

Barbara,

Make coffee in this pot everyday. Contact me. Salvage859 at aol dot com

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Most cooktop drip coffee makers work the same way.

You boil water in the bottom part, the boiling water will go up the tube and go through the coffee which you put in the top part. If it doesn't have a built in filter then use the appropriate sized filter.

Does this answer your question?

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    Dean Joly Apr 03, 2008

    Some are not automatic though and you need to pour the boiling water into the top part over the coffee once it boils.

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Hi,

It would appear that you have a vintage coffee percolator. From my understanding it is basically, you boil the water in the bottom, grounds in the top half then when the water boils you pour it into the top and let it drip through the grounds.

Additional information that may be of help to you:
The Shine Shop now carries replacement parts for the classic Copper Clad Revere Ware. They also recondition old cookware and can provide most information regarding the older Revere Ware lines. They can be reached at 1-717-872-6884 or by email at theshineshop@verizon.net and/or their web site at mysite.verizon.net.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

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Upon looking at the item itself...I see the measurement for coffee grind go in the top...water in the bottom.
Put on the stovetop, let it come to a hard boil for 3 mins...pull the pot off to the side and let it stand for strength and flavor ( meaning, the longer it stands the stronger the flavour)

You may want to add a pinch (very small) of salt..this will add to the flavour..
Start with 3 scoops of you favorite coffee, then depending on how strong or weak you like it, adjust accordingly.

~~Jasta~~

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Please give model number sir

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 17, 2008

    with out the model number and make we cant find the instructions manual sir.

    so please cooperate with us

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