Question about Bunn GR10 Coffee Maker
It is becomming clogged. Start with the sprayhead. Check all of the holes, be sure water is running from all 5 holes. If the sprayhead is clear, check the water tube. Use your delimer spring. Don't shove it in. Twist in through as if it were a drill bit. If it starts to become resistant don't keep twisting, you may not be able to get it out because of a lime scale blockage. Not knowing where you live or the grain of the water you use, I can't say for sure. But if the spring goes in and you are left with about two inches of spring comming out of the sprayhead you may have cleaned what was blocking the water out of the way. Now run a pot of water without the sprayhead or brewbasket. Just put your pot underneath and pour water in with the Bunn pitcher. Is the water comming out in a good stream now. If so put the sprayhead back on. If the problem presist check to be sure that the nut that holds the spraytube in place. It is the nut right in front of the sprayhead. If it is there then you may want to get a new sprayhead. Rick in Indy
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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