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Turn on machine w/o water or google the company

Waring Pro... | Answered on Jun 03, 2017


I had the same with a Saeco it was caused by a leaky boiler, after replacement, it was fine...

Waring Pro... | Answered on Jul 06, 2013


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Waring Pro... | Answered on Jan 24, 2013


Remove the filter and check,if any thing is blocking it.Also remove the brew basket out and see inside if its getting clogged.The water should enter the brew unit then only it will start brewing.If the water is getting blocked or less water is entering due to clog.It will not start brewing.------Check out.Keep updated.Thanks.Helpmech.

Waring Pro... | Answered on Feb 14, 2011


You will need to turn the coffee maker over and remove the four recessed screws. After you do this, carefully lift the top off (be careful because wiring is attached). Now you can access the rubber gasket/cup. Remove the torn rubber gasket and replace it to stop the water leak.

Waring Pro... | Answered on Jan 06, 2011


A round of vinegar is what I do to take off the lime formed. You should have some rounds of water after that to keep away that vinegar taste.

Waring Pro... | Answered on Oct 16, 2010


When you pour water into the screen area it travels toward the back of the unit and drops through a rubber gasket/cup to be heated/processed. I have the same problem and while I bought another WC1000 I took my old one apart. By turning it over and removing 4 recessed screws you can carefully lift the top off (carefully because wiring is attached). However, you can now access the rubber gasket/cup. Doing this I found that mine was torn which I must assume is the cause of the leaking problem. Now if anyone knows where I can get a replacement rubber gasket/cup or a part number I would appreciate it.

Waring Pro... | Answered on Aug 24, 2010


Chances are while you have a 20amp circuit in your kitchen the gfi you are plugging into is rated at 15amps. First make sure your outlet is connected to a 20amp circuit breaker and then change out the gfi for a 20amp one. This coffee pot is more for commercial than residential usage, I had the same problem until I changed out the gfi plug.

Waring Pro... | Answered on Aug 24, 2010


use properly and wisely the coffee maker

Waring Pro... | Answered on Feb 08, 2010


chances are your pot is a bit clogged with coffee oils. I would run a couple of cups of vinegar through it followed by three pots of water to attempt to remove those oils.

Waring Pro... | Answered on Feb 02, 2010


Coffee overflowing onto the counter is a common complaint found in response to many automatic drip coffee makers. The following are potential solutions that can be used to rule out "operator error" vs. a defect or malfunction:

1. Do not "pack" or otherwise overfill the cone/basket with grinds.
2. Ensure you are using the correct grind for an automatic drip coffee maker, neither too fine nor too course. (See instruction manual and/or do an Internet search for tips.)
3. Do not overfill with water. Use the carafe to pour water into the reservoir, and the lines on the side of the indicator window as your guide. This is because a "cup" in coffee terms is defined as 6 oz, not 8 oz. Therefore, a 12-cup machine may make as few as nine 8 oz mugs of coffee.
4. Make sure the filter cone/basket clicks into place and that the carafe is centered and pushed all the way in.
5. Try a permanent filter rather than a paper filter or vice versa.
6. Only use the correct permanent or paper filter (see manual).
7. Verify that the Pause 'n Serve feature, if applicable, isn't sticking. If it is activated too long the brew will escape over the top of the cone/basket. This may be more apt to happen if the alignment of the carafe and the basket is incorrect.
8. It is vitally important to clean your machine with vinegar or as instructed by your user manual at least three times per year and monthly if under heavy use in a hard-water area. A properly cleaned machine is less likely to suffer a burned out heating element, to take too long to brew, to produce "off" tasting coffee, or to clog and overrun the filter basket as the water runs through the grinds.
9. Ensure that the coffee machine is sitting level on the counter.

Waring Pro... | Answered on Jan 04, 2010


I wonder if also your coffee filter holder isn't aligned flush to the housing?

Waring Pro... | Answered on Nov 28, 2009


If it leaks DURING brewing, you may have to decalcify it (aka, run through a cycle of 4 cups vinegar, fill to the top with water, 2-3 times and see if it helps).
If it leaks before you even start brewing a pot of coffee, something is broken on the inside of the coffee maker, and I would recommend contacting Waring--they may be able to get you a replacement coffee maker (and if you're under warranty, usually a replacement would be free!).


Their phone number (according to their website, www.waringproducts.com ) is 1-800-4WARING (1-800-492-7464)



Good luck! :)

Waring Pro... | Answered on Aug 27, 2009

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