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Water discharge tube from heated tank is likely caked with mineral deposits. Bunn makes a de-liming tool for just such a problem.
Google "bunn deliming tool", or buy it on Amazon. Bunn Deliming Cleaning Spring 01193 0000
delime the sprayhead and reservoir drain (in the top) with a deliming spring or a screwdriver. to delime the tank, put a half gallon of vinegar in the top and catch the hot water as it comes out of the sprayhead. leave it sit for about 20 minutes and brew at least 8 times (w/o coffee) or until you can no longer taste vinegar
To clean your brewer, pour in 1 qt of white vinegar into the top, place the carafe on the base and close the lid. Allow the vinegar to sit in the machine for 2 hours. After 2 hours, turn off the machine and let it cool. Then remove the sprayhead and insert the metal spring(deliming tool) into the hole where the sprayhead was and twist it 5-6 times. Then you will flush out the machine by pouring 8-10 carafes of water through the machine.
When it continues to drip, this generally means you have a lime deposit build up in the water tubing. To correct this, if you remove the sprayhead and insert the deliming tool all the way up the hole and twist and turn it 5-6 times, then flush with 2-3 decanters of water, this should fix the problem. If it doesn't, get the model and date code from the bottom of the machine and contact customer service.
This is generally an indication of a lime build-up in the water tubing. If you take off the sprayhead and insert the metal deliming tool into the water tubing all the way leaving out about 1-2 inches and twist it about 5-6 times, this should remove the lime deposits from the water tubing. Then flush out the machine with 2-3 decanters of water. If this doesn't fix the problem, then call customer service with the model and date code for further assistance.