Our Coffepot doesn't finish the brewing cycle. We have to start it at least 3 times for all the water to completely brew through it.
I've changed the filter, cleaned it with vinegar accorading to the owner's manual and it still does this. ANy suggestions?
I just talked to the company--very helpful. The guy said they have the same machine in their office, and you just need to unplug it for an hour. It has an hour memory for the clock and programming. Anyway, the reason is, it's most likely stuck on the 1-4 cup brewing option, even though the light for that feature isn't on, it's still set to only brew so much at a time. I've got mine unplugged right now. If that doesn't work I'll be back!
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All coffee makers do this over time from calcium, lime, and mineral deposits building up inside the tubes and heating coil. Fill the reservoir with a 50/50 mixture of water and white vinegar and run a normal brew cycle, turning it off and on if necessary to completely empty the reservoir. Repeat this 2 or 3 times with fresh mixture of vinegar and water until it brews the reservoir empty without the need to cycle the power. Follow this procedure with plain water 2 or 3 times to clean the vinegar out. This should get it working like new again. It's best to use distilled water for brewing coffee as distilled water does not have the minerals that regular tap water has and therefore will not clog up the machine.
That was happening to me as well. I just ran a mixture of 1/3 vinegar and 2/3 water through a cycle. Worked great. It's the first time in a year that it completely drained the water. Make sure you follow the vinegar+water cycle with another cycle of just water.
you need to run a few pots of straight white vinegar through the machine to clean out the lime build up in the tubes. the first time you do it, after it starts to pump the water, shut it off for a few hours and let the vinegar sit in the tubes. after doing this run a few pots of cold water through before making coffee.
One idea to try. I noticed with my grind & brew that the moisture never evaporated from the inside top of the machine. Since that cannot be good over a long term, I have started leaving the top open during the day after I clean the machine in the morning. Your problem is why I started doing that. Why don't you try leaving the top open for a couple of days and see if drying the machine out doesn't cause some of that gunk to dry out?
The Automatic Shutoff Time can be programmed
anywhere from immediate shutoff
after completion of the brew cycle up to four
hours. When the coffeemaker shuts itself off,
two tones will sound. Four hours is the default
time. The 0:00 setting shuts the unit off immediately
after brewing is complete. To check the
current setting, press the “On/Off” button and
the Automatic Shutoff Time will be displayed.
To change the preset time, press and hold the
“On/Off” button until the red “power” light
begins to flash. This signals that you have
entered the “Set Automatic Shutoff” mode.
Press the “Hours” and “Minutes” buttons
to scroll forward through the digits until
desired time appears. The first setting which
appears is preset at “4:00” and the next
display will be “0:00”, since four hours is the
maximum Automatic Shutoff setting. Pressing
and holding either button will allow you to
scroll continuously, slowly at first, and then to
accelerate to the rate of about three digits per
second. As the desired time setting approaches,
release the button and then press repeatedly
to advance one digit at a time.
The Automatic Shutoff Time (ASO) may be
programmed either before or during coffee
brewing. You may also re-program the ASO
time when brewing has been completed. If you
do so, the Automatic Grind & Brew™ will automatically
account for any time that has already
elapsed after brewing.
Make sure the slot between the grind basket and filter basket is clean and free of grounds - then inspect the area near the grinder motor - use the brush that came supplied with the Cuisinart to clean that area out. Once thoroughly cleaned, try one more time to Grind. Let me know if it works.
I'm having the same problem.
Brewing turns off before complete. We have to restart brewing to finish the cycle.
I am having the same problem. I will set the timer to brew in the morning, the brew will shut off and beep that it is complete and I will have to press the brew button at least two more times to get the complete pot. I have changed the filter and also run cleaner through the cyle and it did not help. I am getting really frustrated with this. Does anyone have a solution?
Same problem, mine seems to have gotten worse, it will brew about two cups before it turns off on me. I have accidentally dropped the coffee maker during a move, and walla it started working properly again for a brief time. I may toss it on the ground to see if that works again, unless of course someone has a more civilized fix.
Same problem here brews about half the water and beeps like its finished. sometimes restarting wont work either HELP!!!!!!!
I have to restart the machine at least 2 to 3 times each morning.... solutions please?
SAME EXACT PROBLEM. Brews partial and shuts off. We can
turn it on again and it will finish. Sometimes takes a couple of
Same prob--brews two cups at a time pretty consistently now. Gee, I only have to start the machine 5 times to get a full 10-cup pot! Tried vinegar, didn't help.