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How To Use; Brewing Coffee - Black & Decker CM9050 Instructions Manual

12-cup programmable coffeemaker

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How to Use

This product is for household use only.
bEFORE FIRST USE
Warning: To reduce risk of fire or electric shock, do not immerse cord, plug or
appliance in water or any other liquid.
• Remove all packing material and any stickers from product.
• Remove and save literature.
• Please go to www.prodprotect.com/applica to register your warranty.
• Wash all removable parts as instructed in CARe ANd CleANING section of
this manual.
open water reservoir lid and using carafe, pour fresh
cold water up to 12-cup level mark in water reservoir
(C).
Close water reservoir lid.
C
Place an 8 to 12 cup basket style paper filter into
removable filter basket (D).
Place basket into filter basket holder.
Close filter basket lid.
Close lid on carafe.
D
Place empty carafe on adjustable warming plate.
• Pull power cord out from cord storage in back of coffeemaker and plug into
standard electrical outlet.
• Brew water through appliance following BReWING CoFFee instructions,
without adding coffee grounds.
Note: This removes any dust or residue that may remain in system during
manufacturing process.
• discard water from carafe and paper filter from filter basket.
• Turn off coffeemaker, unplug and allow to cool down.
ADJUSTINg POWER CORD lENgTH
Tip: You can adjust length of power cord to suit your needs.
1. To increase length of power cord, simply grasp cord (not plug) in rear of
coffeemaker and gently pull down and out of slot away from coffeemaker.
2. To decrease length of power cord, simply feed any excess cord into slot in
rear of coffeemaker.
SETTINg THE ClOCK
1. Plug appliance into standard electrical outlet.
2. digital clock display flashes 12:00 (E).
E
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Note: You must set display clock in order to use
delayed Brewing feature.
3. To change time, press HoUR (HR) button until
correct time appears (F).
Note: When time passes noon, a small icon appears in
bottom right corner of digital display to let you know
F
you are in P.M. time. If P.M. indicator is not illuminated,
time is A.M.
4. Repeat with MINUTe (MIN) button (g). (If minute
setting is not changed within 5 seconds, clock will
revert to default time and selection of hour and
minute must be repeated.)
Tip: Hold buttons down to make hours and minutes
change rapidly after a short delay. To change the time
in 1-digit increments, press and release buttons.
g
Note: If coffeemaker is unplugged or power is interrupted even momentarily,
display time may need to be reset.

bREWINg COFFEE

Note: It is not necessary to set the clock to brew coffee unless you want to
use delayed Brewing feature.
1. open water reservoir lid.
2. Fill water reservoir with desired amount of cold tap
water using water markings on front of reservoir.
do not exceed 12-cup (MAX) level (H). Close lid on
water reservoir.
3. Place an 8 to 12 cup basket style paper filter into the
removable filter basket, making sure it is centered.
H
4. Add desired amount of ground coffee.
5. Insert filter basket into filter basket holder following directions in GeTTING
STARTed.
6. Close filter basket lid.
7. Place brew-thru lid on empty carafe.
Note: Coffee may overflow if brew-thru lid is not properly aligned.
8. Place empty carafe on adjustable warming plate.
9. Plug cord into standard electrical outlet.
10. Press power (
Brewing begins oR, to delay brewing, set auto
function before pressing the power (
delAYed BReWING) (J).
11. When coffee stops flowing into carafe, brew cycle is
complete.
12. once coffee grounds have cooled, carefully open
filter basket lid and using basket handle, remove
J
and discard used grounds and paper filter. Close
filter basket lid.
13. Coffeemaker will keep brewed coffee hot for 2 hours and then
automatically turn off.
) button; power light is illuminated.
) button (see
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