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The coffee does not go into the pot instead it pours all over our counter top and floor. This is very frustrating as my wife and I wake up early in the morning to clean up a mess and are not able to enjoy our coffee. We are very dissappointed as this was an expensive coffe maker, to our standards. I have made sure everything is in place and secure but this does not solve the problem. We are open to any suggestions offered.

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SOURCE: I forgot to place my coffee filter back in the coffee maker

Just an idea, but you could use a turkey baster to remove some of the water first. I doubt if you've harmed the coffee maker.

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SOURCE: The plastic top of the glass pot on two coffee makers drip.

This is a design flaw and can be corrected by enlarging the lid spout. First remove the plastic lid. Then use a fine grinder or sandpaper to remove approximately 1/8 inch of plastic from the lid spout. Follow the exact same contour of the oval spout. However, do not take off so much material that you disturb the small plastic tabs that hold the lid to the pot. Finish by slightly rounding the edges where the material was removed with fine sandpaper. No leaks - no drips.

Posted on Mar 03, 2010

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