• For a special occasion, whip some heavy cream with 1 or 2 tablespoons of
hazelnut, chocolate or almond liqueur. Use to top off each cup of coffee.
dd a 2-inch piece of vanilla bean to the sugar bowl to add a distinctive flavor to
your coffee. You'll be surprised at how good it tastes.
• Keep your coffeemaker very clean; you'll be pleased with the flavor.
• For iced coffee, brew the coffee with twice the normal amount of grounds, as ice
dilutes the coffee flavor. You may also make coffee ice cubes from left over coffee
and brew your coffee at its normal strength.
• Remember when pouring hot liquid into a glass, always put a spoon in the glass
before adding the hot liquid.
• Rinse both the carafe and the brew basket with warm water immediately after each
use to maintain good coffee flavor.
Care and Cleaning
This product contains no user serviceable parts. Refer service to qualified service
Caution: Do not expose the control panel to water. Water may cause permanent
damage and make the coffeemaker inoperable.
1. Make sure the unit is unplugged and cooled before cleaning.
2. Remove brew basket by grasping the integrated handle and pulling out.
3. Discard the paper filter with the grounds.
4. Clean parts as follows:
• Brew basket and carafe are top-rack dishwasher-safe; or they may be hand
washed in warm, sudsy water.
• Wipe the exterior and "Keep Hot" carafe plate with a soft damp cloth. Do not use
abrasive cleansers or scouring pads.
TRE T C R FE WITH C RE
damaged carafe may result in possible burns from a hot liquid. To avoid breaking:
• Do not allow all liquid to evaporate from the carafe while on the "Keep Hot" carafe
plate or heat the carafe when empty.
• Discard the carafe if damaged in any manner.
• Never use abrasive scouring pads or cleansers; they will scratch and weaken
• Do not place the carafe on or near a hot gas or electric burner, in a heated oven or
in a microwave.
void rough handling and sharp blows.
MINER L DEPOSITS ND CLOGGING
Mineral deposits left by hard water can clog your coffeemaker. Excessive steaming
and/or a prolonged brewing cycle are signs that cleaning is needed. The frequency of
cleaning out deposits is affected by the regularity of usage and water hardness. During
cleaning, more steaming occurs than when brewing coffee and may emit spurts of
steam. Cleaning is recommended every 60 brewing cycles.
1. Fill carafe with white vinegar up to 6-cup water line. dd water up to 8-cup line.
Remove the water reservoir and fill with vinegar mixture. Replace reservoir.
chip or crack could result in