convection microwave oven, do not
use a metal rack. Be careful of scald-
ing from coffee reheated in a high-
8. Your Coffeemaker can also be used
to brew hot water for other foods or
beverages such as tea, hot chocolate,
instant oatmeal, or soups. Be sure the
Permanent Filter and Filter Basket
have been washed in hot, sudsy
water and rinsed well before brewing
hot water. Replace the Filter and
Basket and repeat the brewing
process for hot water.
CAUTION: Be careful when lifting the
flip-up reservoir cover after brewing
as this area is hot. Use the Lift Tab
on the side of the Cover to open it.
Do not look into the Coffeemaker
after brewing as steam will be rising.
CLEANING YOUR COFFEEMAKER
1. To clean your Coffeemaker after
brewing coffee, be sure the unit is
OFF and has cooled. Discard the
grounds, and clean as follows:
Filter Basket, Permanent Filter,
Carafe, and Serving Lid, are all top
rack dishwasher-safe; or they may be
hand washed in hot, sudsy water.
The Coffeemaker's exterior may be
cleaned with a soft damp cloth. Do
not use abrasive cleansers or scour-
ing pads. Never immerse the
Coffeemaker in water.
The Water Spreader area can be
cleaned by carefully unsnapping the
spreader from the inside of the Flip-
Up Reservoir Cover (Figure C).