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How to keep coffee heated after brewing

The heating of the coffee will not continue after brewing.

Is there a setting to use for this?

Is heating possible after brewing on this unit?

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I beleiv this model is like a thermos ,once it brews you can take the pot and place on a table for company,so that you dont have to keep getting up to get more,a lot of breakfast places use this method so the waitress is walking around all the time with a hot coffee pot,if your losing heat make sure the top is secured please rate this solution thanks

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

  • derek martin Jul 13, 2008

    also the only way to reheat is to take coffee out of the pot ,do not heat up the pot it will melt

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