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Water not filtering quick enough, basket overflows

My bunn is not running through the filter quick enough, the water overflows over the basket. I have kept it clean, we have soft water and when it is cleaned, no lime/scale build up. I have changed coffees, wet my filter, ran vinegar through it, recleaned it with tool...nothing works, I have to babysit it by keeping opening up the lid.

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Bunnomatic.com. Parts section. You can request a flow restriction spray head. will stop the overflow of coffee grounds.

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Make sure your sprayhead is the proper one (5 hole) and in good shape. Also make sure that the hole on your filter basket has not been partially closed. This can happen if you set it on the hot warmer. As a last resort, you can slightly enlarge the hole in your filter basket.

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