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I have the coffee maker set to 2 cups. After 1 cup of coffee is dispensed I get water for the second cup then the machine keeps brewing a 3rd cup of coffee and a 4th cup of water. So instead of 2 cups of coffee I get 4 cups watered down coffee. Looking at the serving size settings this might be my quick fix maybe I programmed something that I can't figure out.

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    I can not make a full cup of coffee

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Yes you programmed it unaware, the machine will follow what you instruct on it. So change the program setting and try it again.
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