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Brewing Coffee - Black & Decker DCM16 Use And Care Book Manual

Black & decker coffeemaker dcm16, dcm19

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Figure B
Figure C
CAUTION: Be careful when opening the Reservoir Cover after brewing as this area is hot
and steamy. Use the Lift Tab located on the side of the Coffeemaker Reservoir Cover.
6. You can also brew hot water for beverages such as tea, hot chocolate and soups. Be
sure the Filter and Filter Basket have been washed in hot, sudsy water and rinsed well.
Replace the Filter and Basket and repeat the brewing process to brew hot water into the
Travel Mug.
7. The Travel Mug may also be used for carrying cold beverages.
CLEANING
1. Be sure the Coffeemaker is OFF and has cooled. Clean the Filter Basket, Permanent
Filter, Travel Mug and Lid in the Dishwasher—top rack only—or in hot, sudsy water.
2. Wipe the exterior with a soft, damp cloth and dry. Do not use abrasive soaps or
scouring pads. Never immerse the Coffeemaker in water or place in a dishwasher.
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BREWING COFFEE

Lift Tab
1. Place the Permanent Filter into the Filter Basket.
(Figure B) Add approximately 3 tablespoons of
coffee grounds for 16 oz. (473 ml) of coffee. NOTE:
Model DCM19 makes 15 oz. (444 ml) (Use more or
less coffee depending on individual taste.)
2. Pour one full mug of cold tap water into the Water
Reservoir.
3. Close the Reservoir Cover. Remove the Lid from
the Travel Mug and add sweetener, cream, or milk
before brewing. Snap the lid back on the mug.
Place the Mug on the Mug Rest directly under the
Filter Basket opening.
4. Push the Start Lever and the "On" Light will glow.
(Figure C) The Coffeemaker and On Light will turn
off automatically when the brewing is done. Allow
the coffee to finish dripping from the unit before
removing your Travel Mug.
NOTE: There will be slightly less coffee in your
Travel Mug than the amount of water added as the
grounds absorb some of the liquid.
5. When you remove the Travel Mug from the Mug
Rest, be careful not to tip it over as hot liquid will
spill out.
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