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Lcd dispay flashing - Cuisinart DGB-500 Coffee Maker

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  • thebooths425 Jul 01, 2008

    The programming button on my machine keeps flashing which occurred after a power outage. Sometimes I can get the machine to work and I thought my husband had solved the problem by just pressing down ******* the programming button. Today it went right back to the flashing button. This is only two years old...very frustrated.

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Could be electrical, but: Hold in the program set button for several seconds. Set it for some time. Press the program set button one more time. See if it resolves the issue.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor
the DGB-550BK is more reliable
your product has a 3-year warranty - hope you saved the receipt

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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How do you set the minutes on the clock?


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Press and hold SET until the hour begins to blink

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Press CLOCK to get to the minutes you want to start brewing

Press SET to finalize

Press PROGRAM to activate. When the little bell is flashing, the coffee pot is set to go on at the desired time. While the coffee pot is on or in warming mode, there are vertical lines on the top of the LCD screen that shows you it is on. If you press the ON/OFF button, you can turn it off before the two hour keep warm cycle is complete.

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