1. This feature enables you to pour a cup of coffee while the coffee is
brewing before the brewing cycle is complete.
2. To pour coffee, align the arrow on the brew-thru lid with the "Pour"
arrow on the handle of the thermal carafe by turning the lid
Note: Make sure the brew-thru lid is secure before you pour the
3. When you are finished pouring the coffee, turn the brew-thru lid
clockwise until it is in the "Close" position (F).
4. Immediately replace the thermal carafe back on the carafe plate
so that brewing can continue.
Important: To avoid possible overflow after removing the
carafe, be sure to replace the carafe under the brew basket
within 30 seconds to prevent the basket from overflowing.
SETTING THE CLOCK/TIMER AND AUTO-BREW
1. Plug in unit, the clock flashes 12:00 a.m. until time is set.
2. To set current time of day: Press the "HOUR" button until the digital display shows
the correct hour.
3. The light on the top left hand corner of the digital display indicates "P.M." time.
4. Then press the "MIN" button until the display shows the correct minutes.
5. Once the time is set, the clock continues to keep time unless coffeemaker is unplugged
or a power failure occurs.
6. To reset the time again follow steps 1-4.
1. Press the "PROG" button and the auto brew indicator light on the upper right hand
corner of the digital display starts flashing, indicating it is being programmed.
2. Press the "HOUR", then the "MIN" button until the digital display shows the correct
Note: Make sure the "P.M." indicator light on the top left hand corner of the digital
display is off if you would like your coffee to be brewed in the morning.
3. Then press the "AUTO" button and the auto brew indicator light on the upper right
hand corner of the digital display lights up (see fig. A)
Note: If you take too long to press the correct hour and minutes after you have pressed the
"PROG" button, the clock will return to the time setting. To program auto-brew again just
follow steps 1-3.
4. When the brewing cycle begins the auto brew indicator light turns off and the
brewing indicator light turns on.
5. When the brewing cycle is complete the coffeemaker and the brewing indicator light
automatically shut off.
Note: The thermal carafe will keep your coffee hot.
6. To check your pre-set auto time, press the "PROG" button and the auto brewing time
7. When the clock returns to the current time, press "AUTO" button to reactivate
8. The auto-brew indicator light on the upper right hand corner of the digital display
lights up (see fig. A)
9. To automatically brew coffee again at the same pre-set auto-brew time, prepare
coffeemaker for brewing and press the "AUTO" button.
10. If you want to change the time of the auto-brew just follow steps 1-3.
Note: The auto-brew function can be canceled at any time by pressing the "AUTO" button
a second time. The coffeemaker and the auto brew indicator light automatically shut off.
Important: If the coffeemaker is unplugged or a power failure occurs, the clock/timer and
auto-brew have to be programmed again in order to automatically brew your coffee.
Care and Cleaning
This product contains no use serviceable parts. Refer service to qualified service personnel.
Important: Do not use abrasive cleansers or scouring pads. Never immerse the coffeemaker
in water. Do not place the thermal carafe in the dishwasher.
1. Make sure the unit is shut off and cool.
2. Open the cover and remove the brew basket and discard the paper
filter and grounds (G).
3. The brew basket may be hand washed with warm sudsy water or
place on the top rack of the dishwasher.
4. Dry the brew basket and put back in place.
5. The coffeemaker's exterior, control panel area and carafe plate may
be clean with a soft damp cloth.
6. To clean the thermal carafe, open the brew-thru lid by turning it
7. Wash the thermal carafe by hand with warm sudsy water (H).
8. Dry the thermal carafe.
9. To insert brew-thru lid into thermal carafe, align the brew-thru lid
arrow with the "Insert and Align" arrow on the thermal carafe and
twist clockwise (see fig B).
10. Turn the lid clockwise until it is in the "Close" position (see fig C).
11. Place the thermal carafe back on the carafe plate.
Mineral Deposits and Clogging
Mineral deposits left by hard water can clog your coffeemaker. Cleaning is recommended
every 3 months. Excessive steaming or a prolonged brewing cycle is a sign that a cleaning
is needed. The frequency of flushing out deposits is affected by your usage and water
hardness. During cleaning, more steaming occurs than when brewing coffee and may emit
spurts of steam.
1. Pour white vinegar into water reservoir up to 4-cup level on water level window. Add
water up to 8-cup line.
2. Put a basket style paper filter in the brew basket and close the one piece water reservoir
and brew basket lid. Set empty thermal carafe with the tightened lid in the coffeemaker
3. Turn on coffeemaker and let half the cleaning solution brew into carafe (till water level
goes down to around "4"). Turn off coffeemaker and let it soak for at least 15 minutes to
soften the deposits.
4. Turn on coffeemaker and brew remaining cleaning solution into carafe.
5. Turn off coffeemaker, empty carafe and discard soiled paper.
6. Fill reservoir with water to 8-cup line, replace empty carafe, then turn on coffeemaker
for a complete brew cycle to flush out remaining cleaning solution. You may have to
repeat this to eliminate the vinegar smell/taste.
7. Wash the brew basket and carafe as instructed in "CLEANING."