Cuisinart SS-700 Instruction Booklet

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Single Serve Brewing System
For your safety and continued enjoyment of this product, always read the instruction book carefully before using.

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    INSTRUCTION BOOKLET Single Serve Brewing System SS-700 For your safety and continued enjoyment of this product, always read the instruction book carefully before using.

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    Return appliance to the nearest Cuisinart Repair Center for examination, repair, or electrical or mechanical adjustment. 7. The use of accessory attachments not...

  • Page 3: Important Unpacking Instructions

    2. Remove the instruction book and any other literature. 3. Turn the box so that the backside of the Brewer is down and slide the coffeemaker from the box. Adapter 4. After the Brewer has been removed, place the box out of the way and take the pcaking materials away.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Important Safeguards ..... 2 Important Unpacking Instructions ... . 3 The Quest for the Perfect Cup .

  • Page 5: The Quest For The Perfect Cup

    Element 4: PROPORTION No matter which cup size you choose, the Cuisinart Single Serve Brewing System, working in conjunction ® with K-Cup , always produces the perfect cup every time.

  • Page 6: Features And Benefits

    Features and Benefits 1. Charcoal Filter Holder 1a. Charcoal Water Filter 2. Water Reservoir Lid Removes for easy filling. 3. Removable 80-oz. Water Reservoir Offers extra-large capacity, eliminating the need for frequent refills. 4. Removable Drip Tray Plate Allows extra space for travel mugs. 5.

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    12. Control Panel 13. Menu Button 14. Up Button ( 15. Down Button ( 16. Brew Button 17. Rinse Button 18. Hot Water Button 19. My K-Cup Conveniently stores My K-Cup 20. My K-Cup Coffee Filter 21. Power Cord (not shown) 22.

  • Page 8: Set-up & First Brew, Setting Up Your Brewer

    Set-Up & First Brew IMPORTANT: Do not attempt to use ® your Cuisinart Single Serve Brewing System until it has been set up for its first use as outlined below. Setting Up Your Brewer 1. Unwrap cord and plug the Brewer into a grounded outlet.

  • Page 9: Charcoal Water Filter

    Note: We recommend changing the water filter every 60 days or after 60 uses, and more often if you have hard water. Replacement filters can be purchased in stores, by calling Cuisinart Customer Service, or at figure 5 Water Reservoir Lid...

  • Page 10: Brewing

    Brewing 1. The control panel will display OPEN HEAD while in idle mode. 2. Place a cup or mug on the drip tray. The drip tray can be removed to accommodate travel mugs. 3. Lift the handle. The brewing chamber will open toward you.

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    figure 10 b. To use the iced beverage setting, place a tall glass filled with ice on the drip tray. Use your favorite K-Cup select the iced beverage brew size (4 oz.) and press the Brew button. Once brewing is complete, add more ice;...

  • Page 12: Hot Water/rinse

    Hot Water/Rinse Your Brewer is equipped to dispense hot water to make hot chocolate, tea, soup, and more. Your Brewer is also equipped with a Rinse cycle to flush out residual flavors. The Rinse cycle will dispense about 4 oz. of hot water. Note: We suggest to running the Rinse cycle before using hot water to flush out any residual coffee, tea or hot cocoa flavor.

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    Brewing with the ® My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter ® The Cuisinart Single Serve Brewing System ® comes with a My K-Cup reusable coffee filter, which allows you to use your own ground coffee. The dishwasher-safe, My ® K-Cup conveniently stores in the easy- open compartment.

  • Page 14: Stopping The Brew Process, Adding Water, Purging The Brewer

    Stopping the Brew Process If for any reason you need to stop brewing after the process has started, press the power switch on the rear right side of the Brewer to turn the Brewer off. The flow of coffee, tea or hot cocoa will stop, the heater will shut off, and the blue lights illuminating the control panel and reservoir will turn off.

  • Page 15: Programming, Setting The Clock, Programming On/off Features

    Programming Setting the Clock Setting the clock is optional. When the clock is set, the time will appear on the control panel. Note: You must set the clock if you plan on using the ONOFF TIME SET programming feature. 1. Press the Menu button. Programming options will appear on the control panel with CLOCK flashing.

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    2. Set the Brewer to AUTO OFF. This will automatically shut the Brewer off after a specified period of time from the last brew. a. Press the Menu button until AUTO OFF SET flashes (see figure 19). Set Hours figure 19 b.

  • Page 17: Programming Brew Temperature

    Set Hours Set Minutes figure 22 d. If you want to set an OFF TIME, Use the buttons as above. If not, continue to Step e. e. To complete the process, press the Menu button to set the OFF TIME. Continue pressing to scroll through the remaining programming options to exit the programming mode.

  • Page 18: Programming Your Brew Size, Cleaning & Maintenance, Cleaning External Parts

    programming options to exit the programming mode. Note: At high altitudes (over 5,000 feet) use the temperature adjustment to lower the temperature. Programming Your Brew Size The Brewer’s default brew size preset is 8 oz. The default brew size lets you choose the brew size most often used.

  • Page 19: Cleaning The Water Reservoir And Lid, Cleaning K-cup Holder

    Cleaning the K-Cup ® 1. The K-Cup holder is top-shelf dishwasher safe (use low temperature cycles in the dishwasher). To remove, lift the handle to open the brewing chamber. Grasp the top of the K-Cup holder and pull towards you. After cleaning, replace the K-Cup being sure to align the arrow on the K-Cup...

  • Page 20: De-scaling Your Brewer, De-scaling Brewer

    De-Scaling your Brewer Mineral content in water varies from place to place. Depending on the mineral content of the water in your area, calcium deposits or scale may build up in your Brewer. Though scale is non-toxic, it can hinder Brewer performance.

  • Page 21: Troubleshooting

    Customer Service at 1-800-726-0190. The exit needle may be clogged (refer to page 19). Chlorine or mineral Consider using bottled water, filtered water or the Cuisinart Charcoal Water Filter. taste in coffee. Doesn’t brew a full cup. Every once in a while an air bubble may get trapped in the water path. Lift off the reservoir, then put it back into place.

  • Page 22: Warranty

    LIMITED THREE-YEAR WARRANTY This warranty is available to consumers only. You are a consumer if you own a Cuisinart Serve Brewing System that was purchased at retail for personal, family or household use. Except as otherwise required under applicable law, this warranty is not available to retailers or other commercial purchasers or owners.

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    Ice Cream Cookware Food Makers Processors Cuisinart offers an extensive assortment of top quality products to make life in the kitchen easier than ever. Try some of our other countertop appliances and cookware, and Savor the Good Life ® ©2010 Conair Corporation...

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    Version no : IB-9178B Fold Size: 228MMX152MM Saddle Stitiched 24PP Material: Cover: 157gsm matt art Paper Inside: 120gsm gloss art Paper Coating: Gloss Varinishing In Cover Color (Front): Cover: 4C(CMYK)+1C(BK) (Back): Inside: 1C(BK)+1C(BK) Co-ordinator : Scias Liu Date: APR-12-2010 Hugo Description PDF version : SS700 IB-9178B(0,1) BOOK Hugo Code :...

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  • Becky Goodale Oct 13, 2017 11:51:
    Mine is the original coffee maker. If there are any problems, recalls please let me know ,descaling today
  • Carolhoffmann Jul 13, 2017 03:23:
    I have desscaled two times over and over and it still says descale