Question about Black & Decker Black&Decker Home Cafe Single Serve Coffee Maker
Ok descale your coffee pot ( machine) with vinegar.
If it still does it it will be your coffee or the temp of the brewer is too low.
I am a coffee junk and have had this problem. If your water is too cold it sometimes happens but coffee brands do this too. Some brands roast thei coffee too long and that releases the coffees' natural oils.
No problem if the taste is good
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Mar 19, 2013 | Bunn Pour-O-Matic VPR
For a 12 cup
coffee maker. Fill the coffee pot (the part that holds the water) with 6 cups
of vinegar and then top up with water until you reach the line. Now turn it on
as if you were making regular coffee. Once the hot vinegar has come through,
pour it into the water cavity and run the cycle again.
Now you can tip the vinegar out and clean out the coffee pot with soapy water. Run another cycle but with plain water this time and after that you should be able to use your machine without any leftover residue from the vinegar.
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