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Empty bunn coffeemaker

We are moving and putting our Bunn coffeemaker in storage. How do I empty the water that is in the reservoir?

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The easiest way to empty these brewers is to turn them upside down over the sink. Turn it on it's side, always keeping the fill hole down toward the sink, and keep on going until you have the unit completely upside down. If there is a push switch under the lid to stop water from going into the pot until the lid is closed, you will have to keep this pushed in until the unit is empty

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