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What about Bunn water level? Too high? Too low? Not filling? Leaking?

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Hot water faucet adjustment?


The Axiom uses a water level probe to keep the heater tank filled with water at a set level. The hot water facet takes water directly from the top of the tank. It's gravity fed with only the weight of the top portion of the water (the hottest area) to flow into the faucet. It is possible that your faucet 'Boot' or spring is bad and needs replacement. But it's designed to give you a single cup of hot water. Do not expect to fill a pot (or large french press) with this faucet.
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(the parts manual) https://catalog.bunn.com/public/docs/39131.0000/E17/01/000/39131.0000.pdf

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How do i adjust the water level on my Axiom Bunn coffee maker? It only brews about a half of a pot.


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Keeps spilling over during brewing


These tanks can't actually be overfilled since all water poured in displaces the exact same amount of water coming out the spout. So, whatever amount of water you pour in, will be the same amount of water that flows to your pot minus the amount absorbed by the coffee grounds and filter.

Your problems sounds like an undersized (Non Bunn) filter, or clogged brew basket. To verify this, try pouring in only half the water for your brew cycle and wait for it to finish dripping, then pour in the rest. If no overflow has occurred, you simply have the wrong type of filter. If overflow begins again, you have a clogged brew basket, since no Bunn can flow too fast for the brew basket to keep up with it.

This is because Bunn filters are manufactured differently than generic store bought paper filters. They will flow faster, brew cleaner and stand up better than normal generic filters.
Remember, Bunn makes their OWN filters for good reason.
They made the first, best paper filters for drip coffee pots, and all others are just generic dioxin gas producing paper.

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Coffee is in water is in nothing happens


You may not have enough water in the tank.
Follow these steps

1. With the coffee pot unplugged, fill your resevoir/tank until water begins pouring out of your sprayhead and brew basket.
2. Wait for the water to finish dripping then plug in your Bunn.
3. Let your Bunn warm up for at least 8 minutes.
4. Run a test cycle with clean water, remembering to use the water pitcher provided for this purpose, while leaving your empty pot on the burner beneath the brew basket.
5. If your cycle completed, and your coffee pot is filled to the desired level you are ready to make coffee.

Remember that these Bunn models have no water filter2_bing.gif installed, so, the cleaner the water the better tasting the coffee.

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Remove the top panel, and then the pan like basin(big nut in middle, Make sure you keep gasket under basin in good condition. That should give you a starting point for your repair.

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There is a brew timer on the left side of your machine near the heater switch. you need to remove an access panel to access it. turn this down a little, let the water heat up, then try another brew. Adjust as needed, brewing another pot between each setting.

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