Question about Bloomfield 8571 Coffee Maker
We received a Bloomfield 3-pot Coffee Maker as a donation to our church, lacking instructions. There are various opinions about running it. Do we fill the reserviour first, then turn on the switch? Some are saying turn the switch on first, wait for the green light and THEN add the water. We would like accurate instructions.
The first time you use the machine you need to make sure it is full of water - before you plug it in and turn it on. Put an empty coffee pot under the brew basket and fill another empty pot with clean cold water.
Pour the water into the coffee maker. If water comes out then you can plug it in and turn it on. The water heating tank holds about 2-1/2 pots of water so if your machine is empty you will need to keep adding water before you turn it on otherwise you may burn up the heating element.
After the green light comes on - indicating that the tank is hot you can brew a pot of coffee. This machine is meant to be left on all of the time so it is always ready to brew. If you choose to turn it off when not in use, you will need to give it about 10 minutes to fully heat up the water before you brew.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
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