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Filling coffee resovoir after several days of non use while it has been plugged in

When do i add aditional to fill resovoir, when i haven't made coffe in a couple of days? Do i need the heating element off or on and do i plug in
maker while filling or after/

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Water typically doesn't go bad in a reservoir, which is a closed container.

That said, if you're worried, run the unit until all of the water is in the carafe and out of the reservoir.

Turn off machine. Dump carafe contents in sink. clean with soap and water. Refill water in machine, place filter and coffee into machine and use as per normal.

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