Black & Decker DCM300 Sries Use & Care Manual

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Series DCM300 Séries
Series DCM900 Séries
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, in order to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, and/or injury to persons, basic safety precautions
should always be followed, including the following:
■ Please read all instructions.
■ Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
■ To protect against fire, electric shock and injury to persons, do not
immerse cord, plug, or coffeemaker base in water or other liquid.
■ To prevent fire or electric shock, do not remove bottom cover from
coffeemaker base. There are no user-serviceable part inside. Repair
should be done by authorized service personnel only.
■ Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or
near children.
■ Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts and before
cleaning the coffeemaker.
■ Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after
the appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in any manner.
Return the appliance to the nearest Black & Decker (U.S.) Inc.,
Household Appliance Company-Owned or Authorized Service
Center for examination, repair, or adjustment.
■ The use of an accessory not evaluated for use with this coffeemaker
may result in fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.
■ Do not use outdoors.
■ Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter or touch
hot surfaces.
■ Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner or in a hot oven.
■ Do not use coffeemaker for other than intended use.
■ Keep lid on carafe while serving coffee.
■ The carafe is designed for use with this coffeemaker. It must never
be used on a range top or in a microwave oven.
■ Do not set a hot carafe on a wet or cold surface.
■ Do not use a cracked carafe or a carafe with a loose or
weakened handle.
■ Do not clean carafe with cleansers, steel wool pads, or other
abrasive material.
■ Remember to place carafe on the “Keeps Hot” Plate before
brewing and when using the automatic timer on clock models.
■ Do not pour liquid other than water or the cleaning solution
specified in this manual into the water reservoir.
(See “Mineral Deposits and Cleaning”)
■ Do not move entire unit when carafe contains hot liquid.
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■ Do not operate in the presence of explosive and/or flammable fumes.
■ This appliance is intended FOR HOUSHOLD USE ONLY and not for
commercial or industrial use.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1 Water Reservoir Lid
2 Filter Basket
3 10-Cup Level Mark on Handle
4 Carafe
5 “Keeps Hot” Plate (Under Carafe)
6 Power “On” Light (Red)
7 Brew Later Light (Green)
8 Clock/Control Panel
9 Carafe Lid
10 Drip Stop (Under Basket)
11 Water Reservoir
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POLARIZED PLUG
This appliance has a polarized plug—one blade is wider than the other. To
reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug will fit into a polarized outlet only
one way. If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse it. If it still does not
fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature
by modifying the plug in any way.
TAMPER RESISTANT SCREW
This appliance is equipped with a tamper-resistant screw to prevent removal
of the outer cover. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not attempt to
remove the outer cover. There are no consumer serviceable parts inside.
Repair should be done only by authorized service personnel.
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How To Use
SETTING THE CLOCK
Figure A
NOTE: It is not necessary to set
the clock before brewing.
1. When you plug in the
Coffeemaker. The Clock will flash
12:00 a.m. and contunue flashing
until either the Up or Down Buttons
are pressed (Figure A).
2. Push and hold the Up or Down
Button until the current time of day,
a.m. or p.m., is reached.
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Up Down
3. To move forward or backward
one minute at a time, push and
release the Up or Down Button until the desired
time is reached.
BEFORE BREWING COFFEE
1. Brew 10 cups of water by following the
instructions under “Brewing Coffee - With or
Without Clocks”, but do not add coffee grounds to
the paper filter.
2. When all the water has brewed into the Carafe,
turn the Coffeemaker off, wait 10 minutes, discard
the water then repeat steps 1 and 2.
3. Wash and dry the Filter Basket, Carafe, and Carafe
Lid.
BREWING COFFEE
1. Fill the Carafe with cold water to the level for the
desired number of cups. Open the Water Reservoir
Lid and pour the water into the Water Reservoir.
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2. Remove the Filter Basket and place a standard
cupcake-style paper coffee filter in it.
3. Put coffee grounds in the filter, using 1 level
tablespoon of drip grind coffee for each cup
(5 oz.) of brewed coffee.
NOTE: Use more or less grounds per cup to suit
your taste. When brewing 2-4 cups, use slightly
more grounds per cup (20 tablespoons maximum).
4. Shake the Filter Basket to spread the grounds,
and place it back in the Coffeemaker. Be sure
the Filter Basket is pushed all the way into the
unit.
5. Place the Carafe on the “Keeps Hot” Plate,
making sure the Carafe Lid is on the Carafe.
6. Press the ON/OFF Button. A red Power “On”
Light will glow showing the unit is brewing and
the “Keeps Hot” plate will automatically come on.
Let all brewed coffee drip from the Filter Basket
before removing the Carafe.
7. Always keep the Carafe Lid on the Carafe when
pouring. To keep coffee hot, place the Carafe
back on the “Keeps Hot” Plate when not serving.
8. The “Keeps Hot” Plate will remain on for two
hours then will shut off automatically. If you wish
to turn the Coffeemaker off sooner, depress the
ON/OFF Button and the red Power “On” Light
will turn off.
9. If you’d like to extend the “Keeps Hot” after the
auto shut-off, press the ON/OFF Button to turn
the “Keeps Hot” Plate on for two more hours.
NOTE: The amount of coffee in the Carafe may
be slightly less than the amount of water placed
in the Water Reservoir, since some water is
absorbed by the coffee grounds during brewing.
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SNEAK-A-CUPTM
INTERRUPT FEATURE
The clock models have a
Sneak-A-CupTM Interrupt
Feature – an automatic drip
stop. During the brewing cycle,
the Carafe can be removed to
pour a cup of coffee from the
Carafe. (Figure B)
IMPORTANT: The Carafe must
be replaced under the Brew
Basket in less than a minute to
prevent the Brew Basket from
overflowing.
Figure B
BREWING
COFFEE MODELS
WITHOUT
CLOCKS
1. Fill the Carafe with cold water to the level for
the desired number of cups. Open the Water
Reservoir Lid, and pour the water from the
Carafe into the Water Reservoir.
2. Remove the Filter Basket and place a standard,
cupcake-style paper coffee filter in it.
3. Put coffee grounds in the filter, using 1 level
tablespoon of drip grind coffee for each cup
(5 oz.) of brewed coffee.
NOTE: Use more or less grounds per cup to suit
your taste. When brewing 2-4 cups, use slightly
more grounds per cup (20 tablespoons maximum).
4. Shake the Filter Basket to spread the grounds,
and place it back in the Coffeemaker. Be sure
the Filter Basket is pushed all the way into the unit.
5. Place the Carafe on the “Keeps Hot” Plate
making sure the Lid is on the Carafe.
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6.Depending on the model, Flip or Slide
Flip the OFF/ ON Switch to the right to turn
the Coffeemaker on. The “Keeps Hot” plate
will automatically come on when the
brewing begins. Let all the brewed coffee
drip from the Filter Basket before removing
the Carafe.
NOTE: The amount of coffee in the Carafe
may be slightly less than the amount of
water placed in the Water Reservoir, since
some water is absorbed by the coffee
grounds during brewing.
7.Always keep the Carafe Lid on the Carafe
when pouring. To keep coffee hot, place
the Carafe back on the“Keeps Hot” Plate
when not serving.
8.To turn the Coffeemaker off when the Carafe
is empty or you no longer want to keep the
coffee hot, flip or slide the Switch to the left,
depending on the style of your model.
The “Keeps Hot” plate will go off when the
unit is turned off.
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PROGRAMMING THE
COFFEEMAKER TO BREW
LATER MODELS WITH
CLOCKS
1. Press and release the
Brew Later Button under the
Program heading on the
Coffeemaker. A clock symbol
(
) will appear on the
display indicating you are in
the Brew Later Program
mode. (Figure C)
NOTE: The first time the
Program Brew Later Button is
pressed after the Coffeemaker
has been plugged in, the
display will show a colon,
3 broken lines, and the clock
symbol ( - : - ). This
means the Timer has no Brew
Later time programmed. Press
the Up or Down Buttons to
program a Brew Later time.
This will also occur if the
Coffeemaker is unplugged or
there is a power outage for
more than 30 seconds.
Figure C
2. Press and hold either the
Up or Down Button until the
desired Brew Later start time a.m. or p.m. - is reached. The
clock will return to the
current time of day within a
few seconds.
NOTE: If the Clock symbol disappears before
pressing the Up or Down Buttons, the display
will go back to the current time of day. Press the
Brew Later Button again to reactivate the
Program mode.
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BREWING LATER USING
THE AUTOMATIC TIMER
1. Be sure the Coffeemaker is
ready to brew coffee. (See
“Brewing Coffee - Models
with Clock")
Figure F
2. Press the Brew Later
Button next to the ON/OFF
Button. The green light above the Button will
glow indicating the Coffeemaker will brew when
the current time of day is the same time as the
Brew Later programmed time. (Figure F)
3. When the current time of day reaches the Brew
Later programmed time, the red Power “On”
Light will glow and the Coffeemaker will begin
brewing.
CANCELING
OR RESETTING
BREW LATER
Brew Later can be canceled at any time by
pressing the Brew Later Button. This will turn off
the green Brew Later Light, but no change will
be made to the currently stored Brew Later set
time. To change the stored Brew Later time,
follow the procedures in ”Programming the
Coffeemaker to Brew Later.”
AUTOMATIC
POWER OUT
BACK-UP
Models with clocks are equipped with an
automatic 30-second power out back-up
function. If you should lose power (or if you
unplug the unit to relocate it once it has been
programmed), the unit will automatically save
the pre-set brew time and the current time of day
as long as power is restored within 30 seconds.
If power is out longer than 30 seconds, you will
have to reset the time of day and re-program
your brew-later timer.
NOTE: To view the currently stored Brew Later
time, push the Program Brew Later Button and
the stored time will display. After a few
seconds, the present time of day will be
displayed again.
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TO REHEAT
LEFTOVER
COFFEE
1. Pour the coffee into a saucepan and heat on a
range top until the coffee is hot but not boiling;
boiling will affect the coffee’s flavor.
2. IMPORTANT: Never pour brewed coffee back
into the Water Reservoir. Do not place the Carafe
on a cooking surface or in a microwave oven.
Care Guide
CLEANING
AFTER
BREWING
COFFEE
NOTE: Do not place anything other than water or
the cleaning solution specified in this book into
the Water Reservoir.
To clean your Coffeemaker after brewing coffee,
be sure the Coffeemaker is turned OFF and is
cool. Discard the paper filter, and clean each
part as follows:
Filter Basket, Glass Carafe, and Carafe Lid:
Dishwasher - top rack only; or hot, sudsy water.
Coffeemaker: Wipe with soft, damp cloth and dry.
Do not use abrasive soaps or scouring pads.
Parts washed in a dishwasher may appear to fade.
The original color may be restored by polishing
with a soft, dry cloth.
CARING FOR A damaged Carafe may result in possible burns
YOUR CARAFE from hot liquid. To avoid breaking Carafe:
• Do not allow all liquid to evaporate from
Carafe while on the “Keeps Hot” Plate or heat
Carafe when empty.
• Discard Carafe if damaged in any manner.
A chip or crack could result in breakage.
• Never use abrasive scouring pads or
cleansers as they will scratch and weaken
the glass.
• Do not place Carafe on or near a hot gas or
electric burner, in a heated oven, or in a
microwave oven.
• Avoid rough handling and sharp blows.
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MINERAL
Mineral deposits left by water can clog your
DEPOSITS
Coffeemaker. Clean your Coffeemaker about every
AND CLEANING 1 - 3 months to flush out these deposits.
Frequency of cleaning will be affected by water
hardness. If you live in a hard water area, you may
have to clean the Coffeemaker more frequently.
Excessive steaming or a prolonged brewing cycle
are signs that cleaning is needed. During cleaning,
more steaming occurs than when brewing coffee.
1. Pour white vinegar into the Carafe up to the
”6“ cup level mark and add cold water up to the
10-cup level.
2. Pour this cleaning solution into the Water
Reservoir. Place the Carafe on the “Keeps Hot”
Plate making sure the Carafe Lid is on the Carafe.
3. Remove the Filter Basket and place a standard
cupcake-style paper coffee filter in it. Put the
Filter Basket back in the Coffeemaker.
4. Turn the Coffeemaker on.
5. Let 1/2 the cleaning solution brew into the
Carafe, then turn the Coffeemaker off.
6. Let the Coffeemaker cool for 15 minutes to
soften the deposits.
7. Pour the liquid that brewed into the Carafe back
into the Water Reservoir.
8. Turn the Coffeemaker on and let all the cleaning
solution brew into the Carafe.
9. Turn the Coffeemaker off and discard the
cleaning solution and soiled paper filter.
10.Fill the Coffeemaker with fresh water; follow
the steps in “Before Brewing Coffee” to
flush out the remaining cleaning solution.
11.Wash the filter Basket, Carafe and Lid as
instructed in “Cleaning After Brewing”.
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Need Help?
ELECTRICAL
CORD
The cord length of this appliance was selected to
reduce safety hazards that may occur with a
longer cord. If more cord length is needed,
an extension cord may be used. It should be rated
not less than 10 amperes, 120 volts, and should
have UL, CUL or CSA listing. A properly
rated extension cord may be purchased from a
Black & Decker (U.S.) Inc., Household
Appliance Company-Owned or Authorized Service
Center. Handle cord carefully for longer life; avoid
jerking or straining it at outlet and appliance
connections.
SERVICE OR
REPAIR
Service, if necessary, must be performed by a
Black & Decker (U.S.) Inc., Household Appliance
Company-Owned or Authorized Service Center.
The Service Center nearest you can be found in
the yellow pages of your phone book under
“Appliances - Small - Repairing” or you may call
the appropriate “800” number on the cover of this
book.
If mailing or shipping your Coffeemaker, clean, dry,
and pack it carefully in its original carton or any
sturdy carton with enough packing material to
prevent damage. Include a note describing the
problem to our Service Center and be sure to give
your return address. We also suggest that you
insure the package for your protection.
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BLACK AND DECKER COMPANY-OWNED SERVICE CENTERS
ALABAMA
GEORGIA
BIRMINGHAM — 2412 Green Springs, Hwy., 35209
205-942-0538
MOBILE — 3831 Airport Blvd., 36608 205-343-6624
ATLANTA (South) — 5330 Old National Hwy., 30349 404762-8844
SMYRNA — 2550 Cobb Parkway South, 30080 404-9560869
STONE MOUNTAIN — 5723 Memorial Dr., 30083 404292-4714
ALASKA
ANCHORAGE — 910 West International Airport Rd.,
99518 907-563-4664
HAWAII
ARIZONA
HONOLULU — Unit No. 106, Sand Island Access Rd.,
96819 808-847-7447
MESA — 535 South Dobson Rd., Suite 7, 85202
602-461-1074
PHOENIX — 4501 N. 7th Ave., 85013 602-279-6414
TUCSON — 4845 E. Speedway Blvd., 85712
602-323-3388
ILLINOIS
CHICAGO (Lincolnwood) — 6710 North Crawford Ave.,
60646 708-673-0923
DES PLAINES — 1277 South Elmhurst Rd., 60018 708364-5220
LISLE — 2950 Ogden Ave., Unit H, 60532 708-717-1075
MOLINE — 4433 23rd Ave., 61265 309-762-3000
OAK LAWN — 6343 W. 95th St., 60453 708-423-7212
WAUKEGAN, — 39 S. Greenbay Rd., 60085 703-249-4390
ARKANSAS
LITTLE ROCK — 519 W. Seventh St., 72201 501-372-3040
CALIFORNIA
ANAHEIM — 540 South State College Blvd., 92806
714-772-4050
CHULA VISTA — 309 Broadway, 91911 619-420-6350
CONCORD — 1500 Monument Blvd., #C2, 94520
510-682-4880
FRESNO — 5412 North Blackstone Ave., 93710 209-4350810
LONG BEACH — 2011 South St., 90805 310-422-5825
LOS ANGELES — 4820 South Eastern Ave., Suite “L”
90040
213-720-1834
RIVERSIDE — 6215 Magnolia Ave., Suite B, 92506
714-787-9700
SACRAMENTO — 2033 Fulton Ave., 95825 916-972-9090
SAN DIEGO — 9270 Clairmont Mesa Blvd., 92123
619-279-2011
SAN JOSE — 1185 South Bascom Ave., 95128 408-2937350
SAN LEANDRO — 15206 East 14th St., 94578 510-2761610
VAN NUYS — 14920 Victory Blvd., 91411 818-787-5531
INDIANA
EVANSVILLE — 307 First Ave., Crescent Ctr., 47710 812425-4269
HAMMOND — 7103 Kennedy Ave., 46323 219-845-5100
INDIANAPOLIS (Speedway) — 5999 Crawfordsville Rd.,
46224 317-243-8308
IOWA
DES MOINES — 3427 Merle Hay Rd., 50310 515-2701340
KANSAS
WICHITA — 155 South West St., 67213 316-943-1271
KENTUCKY
LOUISVILLE — 5211 Preston Hwy., 40213 502-968-7100
LOUISIANA
BATON ROUGE — 11859 Florida Blvd., 70815 504-2728111
HARVEY — 2500 Lapalco Blvd., 70058 504-366-8676
METAIRIE (New Orleans) — 3504 North Causeway
Blvd., 70002 504-837-2550
SHREVEPORT — 7710-7714 Jewella Rd., 71108 318-6881553
COLORADO
DENVER — 1171 South Federal Blvd., Box 19220, 80219
303-922-8325
CONNECTICUT
HARTFORD — 662 Silas Deane Hwy., 06109 203-5635800
ORANGE — 481 Boston Post Rd., 06477 203-795-3583
MARYLAND
BALTIMORE — 4712 Erdman Ave., 21205 410-485-5550
BALTIMORE — 29-31 Cranbrook Rd., Cockeysville, 21030
410-666-5966
COLMAR MANOR (Wash. D.C.) — 4153 Bladensburg
Rd., 20722 301-779-3808
PASADENA — 8220 Ritchie Hwy., 21122 410-647-8456
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
COLMAR MANOR, MD — 4153 Bladensburg Rd., 20710
301-779-3808
FALLS CHURCH, VA — 344 W. Broad St., 22046
703-533-7313
MASSACHUSETTS
FLORIDA
BRIGHTON (Boston) — 12 Market St., 02135 617-7826264
SEEKONK — 120 Highland Ave., 02771 508-336-6510
FT. LAUDERDALE — 799 East Oakland Pk. Blvd., 33334
305-566-5102
FT. MYERS — 5224 Bank St., 33907 813-278-1188
JACKSONVILLE — 920 Cassat Ave., 32205 904-781-2253
MIAMI — 13345 North West Seventh Ave., 33168
305-681-6658
MIAMI — 12233 South Dixie Hwy., 33156 305-232-9497
ORLANDO — 3807 East Colonial Dr., 32803 407-894-7011
ST. PETERSBURG — 5635 49th St. North, 33709
813-525-0273
TAMPA — 3432 West Kennedy Blvd., 33609 813-8728317
WEST PALM BEACH — 310 South Military Trail, 33415
407-689-3247
MICHIGAN
GRAND RAPIDS — 3040 28th St.,SE, 49512 616-949-8331
LANSING — 3203 W. Saginaw Hwy., 48917 517-3234181
WARREN — 27035 Van Dyke Blvd., 48093 313-756-6711
WESTLAND — 8067 N. Wayne Rd., 48185 313-427-1520
MINNESOTA
BLOOMINGTON — 9517 Lyndale Ave., South, 55420
612-884-9191
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MISSOURI
HARRISBURG — 6080 Allentown Blvd., 17112 717-5450651
LANCASTER — 118 Keller Ave., 17601 717-393-5251
PHILADELPHIA — 9977-81 Bustleton Ave., 19115
215-464-7771
PHILADELPHIA — 333 North 20th St., 19103 215-5645520
PITTSBURGH — 5437 Baum Blvd., 15232 412-362-2700
WILKES-BARRE — 759 Kidder St., 18702 717-824-5704
KANSAS CITY — 4324 Main St., 64111 816-531-0629
ST. ANN — 3637 North Lindbergh Blvd., 63074
314-739-4661
ST. LOUIS — 12852 Manchester Rd., 63131 314-821-8740
NEBRASKA
OMAHA — 4225 South 84th St., 68127 402-592-5666
NEVADA
PUERTO RICO
LAS VEGAS — 3411 East Charleston Blvd., 89104
702-641-6555
GUAYNABO — “C” Street # 14, Rexco Industrial Park,
00922-1924 809-783-3535
NEW JERSEY
RHODE ISLAND
CHERRY HILL — 1444 East Marlton Pike (Rt. 70), 08034
609-429-2822
LITTLE FALLS — 1189 U.S. Hwy. 46, 07424 201-256-9373
SCOTCH PLAINS — 2520 Route #22 East, 07076 908-2335665
SEEKONK, MA — 120 Highland Ave., 02771 508-3366510
SOUTH CAROLINA
GREENVILLE — 1557 Laurens Rd., 29607 803-232-3038
NEW MEXICO
TENNESSEE
ALBUQUERQUE — 5617 Menaul Blvd., N.E., 87110
505-884-1002
CHATTANOOGA — Perimeter Place Shopping Ctr., Sp.
E, 6231 Perimeter Dr., 37421 615-894-5957
KNOXVILLE — 4118 North Broadway, 37917 615-6880921
MEMPHIS — 1085 East Brooks Rd., 38116 901-332-3444
NASHVILLE — 4811 Nolensville Rd., 37211 615-833-8277
NEW YORK
ALBANY (Latham) — 836 Troy-Schenectady Rd., 12110
518-785-1867
BUFFALO — 881 West Delavan Ave., 14209 716-8846220
CENTEREACH L.I. — 2061-63 Middle Country Rd., 11720
516-737-4706
NEW YORK (Elmhurst) — 77-20 Queens Blvd., 11373
718-335-1042
NEW YORK (Manhattan) — 50 West 23rd St., 10010
212-929-6450
NEW YORK (Westbury, L.I.) — 1061 Old Country Rd.,
11590 516-997-6140
ROCHESTER — 2969 W. Henrietta Rd., 14623 716-4241310
SYRACUSE — 3485 Erie Blvd., East, 13214 315-446-3086
TEXAS
AMARILLO — 3008 West 6th Ave., 79106 806-373-1531
AUSTIN — 6549 Burnet Rd., 78757 512-459-1133
DALLAS — 2257 Royal Lane, 75229 214-620-8655
EL PASO — 6822 Gateway East, 79915 915-778-9769
FORT WORTH — 721 North Beach St., 76111 817-8313828
GARLAND — 78 West Centerville Rd., 75043 214-6869302
HOUSTON — 536 East Tidwell Rd., 77022 713-692-7111
SAN ANTONIO — 500 Culebra Ave., 78201 210-732-1221
WEBSTER — 100 East Nasa Road One, Ste. 75, 77598
713-338-4556
NORTH CAROLINA
CHARLOTTE — 3007 East Independence Blvd., 28205
704-374-1779
GREENSBORO — 3716 High Point Rd., 27407 919-8521300
RALEIGH — 2930 Capital Blvd., 27604 919-878-0357
UTAH
SALT LAKE CITY — 1541 S. Third West St., 84115 801486-5828
VIRGINIA
OHIO
FALLS CHURCH — 344 W. Broad St., 22046 703-533-7313
HAMPTON — 3416 W. Mercury Blvd., 23666 804-8269382
NORFOLK — 7631 Sewells Point Rd., 23513 804-480-3333
RICHMOND — 1424 Chamberlayne Ave., 23222 804-6499245
CINCINNATI — 2310 East Sharon Rd., 45241 513-7723111
COLUMBUS — 3975 East Livingston Ave., 43227
614-237-0461
DAYTON — 2898 South Dixie Drive, 45409 513-298-1951
MAYFIELD HEIGHTS — 5881 Mayfield Rd., 44124
216-449-2770
PARMA HEIGHTS (Cleveland) — 6483 Pearl Rd., 44130
216-842-9100
TOLEDO — 3231 Dorr St., 43607 419-531-8921
WASHINGTON
SEATTLE — 421 S. Michigan, 98108 206-763-2010
SPOKANE — N. 7011 Division St., 99208 509-467-8190
TACOMA — 2602 S. 38th St., 98409 206-473-6040
OKLAHOMA
OKLAHOMA CITY — 1318 Linwood Blvd., 73106
405-232-7515
TULSA — 3120 S. Sheridan Rd, 74145 918-622-5666
WEST VIRGINIA
CHARLESTON — 1638 Sixth Ave., 25312 304-343-0289
WISCONSIN
OREGON
MILWAUKEE (Wauwatosa) — 10424 W. Bluemound Rd.,
53226 414-453-4240
PORTLAND — 1640 NW Johnson St., 97209
503-228-8631
REV: 8/94
PENNSYLVANIA
ALLENTOWN (Whitehall) — 2242 MacArthur Rd., 18052
215-435-9544
EVANS CITY — Cranberry Town Center Plaza, 20808 Rt.
19 N., 16033 412-779-9600
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Quick Tips
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
1. Do I have to set the clock in order to brew coffee?
No. You don’t have to set the clock or the automatic timer to brew
coffee. Simply follow the regular brewing instructions and press the
“On/Off” Button to begin brewing.
2. Do I have to wait until my coffeemaker shuts off automatically to
extend the “Keeps Hot” plate for another two hours?
No. You can extend the “Keeps Hot” plate time for two more hours on
the clock models any time during operation by pressing the “On/Off”
Button twice — once to turn the unit off and again to turn it back on.
3. If there is a power outage, will I lose the brew time I programmed in?
If the power returns within 30 seconds, the automatic power back-up
will save the pre-set brew time and the current time of day on clock
models. If the outage lasts longer than 30 seconds, you will have to
re-program your clock and timer.
4. I have a black model and I noticed a dusty film on the unit.
What should I do?
The black coffeemakers are made of a durable plastic that
occasionally develop a thin white film. This is normal. To restore the
original black sheen, simply wipe the unit with a soft, dry cloth.
5. Will coffee drip from the basket when I remove the carafe during
brewing?
No. The Sneak-A-Cup™ Interrupt Feature on some models has a drip
stop that prevents coffee from dripping when the carafe is removed to
“sneak-a-cup” during brewing. Be sure to return the carafe to the
“Keeps Hot” plate within 60 seconds to avoid overflow from the brew
basket.
ACCESSORIES
Accessories or parts are available at most Black
OR REPLACEMENT & Decker Company-Owned Service Centers.
PARTS
However, you may order parts or accessories by
phone.
To place an order by phone, call
TOLL-FREE: 1-800-258-6003
Orders may be called in 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST
Monday thru Friday. We accept VISA,
MasterCard, American Express, or Discover.
Offer good only in the United States. Allow 3-4
weeks for delivery.
15
FULL
TWO-YEAR
WARRANTY
Black & Decker (U.S.) Inc. warrants this product
against any defects that are due to faulty material
or workmanship for a two-year period after the
original date of consumer purchase or receipt as a
gift. This warranty does not include damage to the
product resulting from accident or misuse. If the
product should become defective within the
warranty period, we will repair it or elect to
replace it free of charge. We will return your
product, transportation charges prepaid, provided
it is delivered prepaid to any Black & Decker (U.S.)
Inc., Household Appliance Company-Owned or
Authorized Service Center.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and
you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
Answers to any questions regarding warranty or
service locations may be obtained by calling toll
free, 1-800-231-9786, or by writing:
Consumer Assistance and Information
Black & Decker (U.S.) Inc.
626 Hanover Pike
Hampstead, MD 21074-0618
Listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
Copyright © 1989, 1994 Black and Decker
Pub. No. 168638-10-RV03
Printed in U.S.A.