Operating Your Coffee Maker
The Pause and Pour Feature
The pause and pour feature enables
you to remove the carafe from the
Coffee Maker and pour a cup of
coffee before brewing is finished.
When the carafe is removed, a special
valve stops the flow of coffee from
the brew basket. Brewing, however,
does not stop. If the carafe is not
placed back on the hot plate within
25 seconds, water will overflow the
brew basket and spill onto the
Pause and pour is a great
convenience for those in a hurry.
However, the flavors extracted from
ground coffee differ at each stage of
the brewing cycle, and a finished
carafe represents a delicate blend of
these flavors. Using pause and pour
will alter – and usually impair – the
flavor of the remaining coffee.
Using the Automatic Brew Timer
The Coffee Maker can be
programmed to brew coffee at a
preset time, making it easy to wake
up to fresh coffee every morning.
To program and activate the
automatic brew timer:
1. Press the Set (Program) Button.
The brew timer display and Set
(Program) indicator will begin to
flash. The brew timer display will
show the last brew time set.
2. Press the "H" (hour) and "M"
(minute) Buttons below the brew
timer display to set the hour and
minutes. If a "H" or "M" Button is
pressed and held, the digits will
scroll rapidly. The AM and PM
indicator lights on the brew timer
display will change when the hour
digits roll past "12". Make sure
the desired brew time is correct
with respect to AM or PM.
"H" and "M"
3. After setting the brew time, press
the Set (Program) Button to exit
the program-setting mode. The
digits on the brew timer display
will stop flashing and the Set
(Program) indicator will go out.
The Coffee Maker will
automatically record the displayed
brew time and exit the program-
setting mode if no buttons are
pressed for 10 seconds.
4. Fill the Coffee Maker with coffee
and fresh water, then activate the
automatic brew timer by pressing
the Auto On Button. The
programmed brew time will
appear briefly on the brew timer
display before it returns to the
time-of-day, and the Auto On
indicator will illuminate.