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Lost manual need cleaning instructions

Hi, I lost the manual and I need cleaning instructions for my Bunn Coffeemaker. I know I need white viniger, but whats next?

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  • joritas Aug 19, 2008

    The Bunn Pour Matic is leaking from the bottom. I have used white vinegar to clean any lime build up. Thanks for your help.

  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2009

    coffee maker will not brew coffee. I thought I might have to clean it but all I can remember is vinegar.

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You can download the operating manual for your machine in pdf format right to your computer from www.bunn.com By the way, I wouldn't personally put vinigar in any Bunn machine, as it takes forever to run enough water through them to get rid of the vinigar taste.

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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SOURCE: cleaning a bunn coffeemaker

the old fashioned way to clean a coffee maker is to run vinager through it then follow with a couple of pots of water that has a bit a baking soda in it.

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SOURCE: I mislaid my instruction booklet, how do I clean

With your brewer still turned on and full of water, pour 1 quart of white vinegar into the top and place the decanter on the base and close the lid. Allow the vinegar to stay in there for 2 hours. Then you will need to flush out the machine with 8-10 decanters of water. There is a manual located on the website www.bunn.com. Select @ home then go to products. Select the model and then there is an option to download the manual. Or you can call customer service with the model and code date and a manual can be sent out to you.

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2. Place an empty paper filter or permanent filter into the filter basket and close.
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9.Begin brewing and allow the full brew cycle to complete.
Repeat steps 6-9 one more time.

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