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I have a 100 cup westbend coffee urn...don't know how much water and coffee to use

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Hello. Here is a chart that shows exactly how much coffee and how much water to use to make various amounts of coffee. Enjoy

http://www.blackbearcoffee.com/Brewing%20Ratio%20Charts.htm

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Need a new coffee basket it is plastic the number is 7036.


You can order a replacement basket online from either of the the following sites:

http://www.westbend.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=948&secid=87&linkon=subcategory&linkid=125

or

http://www.abtecparts.com/westbend_urn_baskets.htm

The P122-45 should fit your coffee urn. West Bend has 2 different 36 cup coffee urns, both use this same basket.

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Sep 19, 2011 | West Bend (58036) 36-Cup Coffee Maker

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How much coffee would it take to make the 55 cups in this coffee maker, and can you use the same coffee as you use for drip machines?


Your model sounds like the West Bend 59055 - Large Coffee Urn, 60 Cup.
The User Manual for your coffer urn can be found here:

http://www.westbend.com/supportdata/L5613B_LargeCapacityUrns-All.pdf

Instruction for making coffee can be found on page 5. For 55 cups is would take 3 1/4 cups of coffee.

Use an electric perc or regular grind coffee; if you grind your own this should be a medium to coarse grind.

Do not use 'drip' or finely ground coffee as this could plug the drain holes in the basket and cause the urn to flood.

Mar 24, 2011 | West Bend (59055) Stainless steel 60-Cup...

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Where can I replacement filters for a 100 cup West Bend coffee maker?


The West Bend Large Capacity Coffemakers do not use replacement filters. The manual for the West Bend 33600 Large Coffee Urn is available here:

http://www.westbend.com/supportdata/L5613B_LargeCapacityUrns-All.pdf

Use an electric perk or regular grind coffee in the percolator basket rather than a 'drip' or finely ground coffee that would require a filter.

If you require a new basket, please see the West Bend on-line replacement part site here:

http://www.westbend.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=946&secid=87&linkon=subcategory&linkid=125

Mar 19, 2011 | West Bend 33600 Coffee Maker

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How to measure coffee for 45 cups. Also is a filter needed.


The Instruction Manual for your coffee maker can be found here:

http://www.westbend.com/supportdata/L5613B_LargeCapacityUrns-All.pdf


100-CUP MODEL #33600

Water Level Measure of Ground Coffee

100 cups 6 ¼ cups

80 cups 5 cups

60 cups 4 cups

40 cups 2½ cups


Do not make less than 40 or more than 100 cups of coffee at one time. Use electric perk or regular grind coffee; a filter liner is not necessary.

Mar 09, 2011 | West Bend 33600 Coffee Maker

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How to make coffee with 101-cup percolator urn (Regalware)?


Simply fill with COLD water to the number of cups desired.
Place the stem and basket in the pot and put one 8 oz cup of coffee for every 20 cups of water into the basket...when doing 100 cups I add an extra 12 oz of coffee for a good coffee flavor.
Place the perforated lid on the coffee basket that is in the pot (if there is a lid--some do not have a lid). Put the cover for the coffee pot in place.
Plug in.
Turn on if there is a switch.
Give these large pots about 1 minute per cup, brewing time...that is a little over an hour usually to brew 100 cups. The coffee maker will percolate with the water coming up through the stem and over the coffee as the water heats. Usually there is an indicator light that comes on when it is finished.

If holding the coffee for awhile, it tastes best if you remove the stem and basket and it will maintain the heat without doing more "perking" and becoming stronger or bitter.

Be sure to wash it out and dry it well, leaving the lid loose or upside down for storage so that the pot doesn't become pitted. Blessings, Louise

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I need the top part of the "faucet" on a 25 cup Westbend Coffee maker. It makes the faucet open and close.


A replacement faucet kit is available from the manufacturer here:

http://www.focuselectrics.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=1044&secid=54&linkon=category&linkid=58

This is for a model 58036 36-cup urn. You don't give the model number of your urn, and a 25-cup model isn't listed. You can go back a page to the model selection and choose your model from the list. But I've found most of their urns use the same faucet.

May 06, 2008 | West Bend (58036) 36-Cup Coffee Maker

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Replacing Cord on 100 Cup Coffee Urn


The black clip that you are talking about seems to be a type of "lock" that was commonly used to prevent the cord from being pulled from the appliance by accident. You will need this part to "lock" the cord into the new base. I would recommend that you try to break the old base from around the cord trying not to damage the clip. You'll then be able to insert the "old" clip into the matching slot in the new base. I believe that the part itself is called a "locking strain relief".

May 22, 2007 | West Bend 33600 Coffee Maker

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