SNEAK-A-CUP® INTERRUPT FEATURE
You can pour a cup of coffee while coffee is brewing without leaking from the brew basket.
When finished pouring coffee, place the carafe under brew basket. The brewing process
Important: To avoid possible overflow after removing the carafe, be sure to replace the
carafe under the brew basket within one minute or less.
Programming the Coffeemaker for Auto Brew (D)
Be sure clock is set for the current time of day see "SETTING THE
1. To preset the coffeemaker to begin brewing at a certain time first
follow steps (1-9) in "BREWING COFFEE."
2. To program the coffeemaker for Auto Brew:
a. Press the PROG button then press the HOUR, then MIN buttons until desired brew
time is reached. Be sure to watch for the P.M. indicator in the digital display.
b. Press PROG button again, the auto time is set.
3. Press the AUTO button. The auto light illuminates, indicating the timer is activated.
4. To check your preset auto brewing time, press PROG and view display. When you
release the PROG button, the clock displays the current time of day.
5. Press button above the brew strength desired (STRONG/MED/MILD). Follow steps 10 and
11 in "BREWING COFFEE."
6. To automatically repeat brewing at the same preset auto-on time, prepare your
coffeemaker for brewing again and press the AUTO button. The AUTO light illuminates.
Note: The auto-brew function can be cancelled at any time by pressing the OFF button. The
AUTO light goes out.
Care and Cleaning
This product contains no user serviceable parts. Refer service to qualified service personnel.
Caution: The control panel is not waterproof. Do not overexpose the control panel to water.
Water may cause permanent damage and make the coffeemaker inoperable.
1. Be sure the unit is unplugged and cooled.
2. Press the brew basket release button.
3. Remove the brew basket by lifting the basket straight up.
4. Discard the paper filter with the grounds.
5. Clean parts as follows:
• Brew basket, carafe and lid are all top rack dishwasher safe; or
they may be hand washed in warm, sudsy water.
• Wipe the exterior and the "Keep Hot" plate with a soft damp
cloth. Do not use abrasive cleansers or scouring pads. Never
immerse the coffeemaker in water.
6. Insert brew basket back into place (E) and swing closed.
CARING FOR YOUR CARAFE
A 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" plate or heat
the carafe when empty.
• Discard the carafe if damaged in any manner. A chip or crack could result in breakage.
• Never use abrasive scouring pads or cleansers, they will scratch and weaken the glass.
• Do not place the carafe on or near a hot gas or electric burner, in a heated oven, or in a
• Avoid rough handling and sharp blows.
MINERAL DEPOSITS AND CLOGGING
Mineral deposits left by hard water can clog your coffeemaker. Excessive steaming or a
prolonged brewing cycle are signs that a cleaning is needed. Cleaning is recommended every
1. Pour white vinegar into the water reservoir up to the 4-cup level on the water window.
Add fresh water up to the 6-cup line, and close the reservoir lid.
2. Press brew basket release button to expose brew basket.
3. Put a new paper filter in the brew basket, swing the basket closed and be sure it latches.
Set the empty carafe on the "Keep Hot" plate.
4. Turn the coffeemaker on and let half the cleaning solution brew into the carafe. Turn the
coffeemaker off and let it soak for at least 15 minutes to soften the deposits.
5. Turn the coffeemaker on and brew the remaining cleaning solution into the carafe.
6. When the cleaning solution has finished brewing, discard the paper filter, empty the carafe
and rinse with clean water.
7. Refill the reservoir with cold water to the 10-cup line, replace the empty carafe, put a
paper filter in the brew basket, then turn on the coffeemaker and run another brew cycle
to flush out the remaining cleaning solution.
8. Wash the brew basket and carafe and carafe lid as instructed in "Care and Cleaning."