Question about Hamilton Beach Kitchen Appliances: BrewStation Dispensing Coffeemaker
Posted by Anonymous on
My brewstation did the same thing. I put the water in the proper area, and it still stated "pour water" so I removed the water, took off the coffee basket, removed the coffee "bucket" and laid the coffee maker on its side, on top of a towel. I came home later that day and tipped it completely upside down (removing all possible water from the system)
To my surprise, some coffee grounds came out with it. Apparently, if any grounds get caught in siphon system, it can jam it shut. Then the system is not able to remove water from the reservoir, and thinks there is no water.
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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Pour water means to put water inside it. I have here a manual for your easy reference.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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