Operator Manual
Portable Pourover Coffee Brewers
CPO-1P
CPO-1P-E
CPO-2P
CPO-2P-E
CPO-2CP
CPO-3P
CPO-3P-E
CPO-3CP
CPO-3RP
CPO-3RP-E
CPO-3RCP
CPO-4RP
CPO-4RP-E
CPO-5RP
CPO-5RP-E
CPO-SAPP
CPO-SAPP-E
Model CPO-3P
Table of Contents
Specifications...........................2
Safety Information..................3
General Information ...............4
Installation...............................4
Operation ................................4
Cleaning & Maintenance ........5
Troubleshooting Guide...........7
Parts Diagram and List ...........8
Wiring Diagram.....................17
Thank you for purchasing this quality coffee brewer. For your safety and the safety of others, read all
warnings and the operator’s manual before installing or using the product. Properly instruct all operators.
Keep training records. For future reference, record serial number here:
GMCW
4003 Collins Lane, Louisville, KY 40245 USA
Phone: 502.425.4776 Toll Free: 800.695.4500
Fax: 502.425.4664
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Printed in Thailand
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Specifications
Model
Product Dimensions
Part No.
Certifications
No. of Warmers
Electrical
CPO-1P-15A
(0002-10001)
NSF Sanitation;
NSFus Electrical
1 bottom
120V / 15A / 1500W / 1 Ph
17.5” x 8.12” x 18.35”
CPO-2P-15A
(0002-20001)
NSF Sanitation;
NSFus Electrical
2 total:
1 top, 1 bottom
120V / 15A / 1600W / 1 Ph
18.5” x 8.12” x 18.35”
CPO-2CP-20A
(0002-20003)
NSF Sanitation;
NSFus Electrical
2 total:
1 top, 1 bottom
120V / 20A / 1600W / 1 Ph
18.5” x 8.12” x 18.35”
CPO-3P-15A
(0002-30001)
NSF Sanitation;
NSFus Electrical
3 total:
2 top, 1 bottom
120V / 15A / 1700W / 1 Ph
18.5” x 8.12” x 18.35”
CPO-3CP-20A
(0002-30003)
NSF Sanitation;
NSFus Electrical
3 total:
2 top, 1 bottom
120V / 20A / 1700W / 1 Ph
18.5” x 8.12” x 18.35”
CPO-3RP-15A
(0002-30005)
NSF Sanitation;
NSFus Electrical
3 total: 1 right top,
1 bottom, 1 right bottom
120V / 15A / 1700W / 1 Ph
17.5” x 16.2” x 18.35”
CPO-3RCP-20A
(0002-30007)
NSF Sanitation;
NSFus Electrical
3 total: 1 right top,
1 bottom, 1 right bottom
120V / 20A / 1700W / 1 Ph
17.5” x 16.2” x 18.35”
CPO-4RP-20A
(0002-40001)
NSF Sanitation;
NSFus Electrical
4 total: 1 top, 1 right top,
1 bottom, 1 right bottom
120V / 20A / 1900W / 1 Ph
18.5” x 16.2” x 18.35”
CPO-5RP-20A
(0002-50001)
NSF Sanitation;
NSFus Electrical
5 total: 2 top, 1 right top
1 bottom, 1 right bottom
120V / 20A / 1900W / 1 Ph
18.5” x 16.2” x 18.35”
CPO-SAPP
(0002-00003)
NSF Sanitation;
NSFus Electrical
No warmers brews into airpot
120V / 15A / 1400W / 1 Ph
25” x 8.12” x 18.35”
CPO-1P-E
(0002-10004)
1 bottom
240V / 16A / 2600W / 1 Ph
17.5” x 8.12” x 18.35”
CPO-2P-E
(0002-20004)
2 total:
1 top, 1 bottom
240V / 16A / 2700W / 1 Ph
18.5” x 8.12” x 18.35”
CPO-3P-E
(0002-30008)
3 total:
2 top, 1 bottom
240V / 16A / 2800W / 1 Ph
18.5” x 8.12” x 18.35”
CPO-3RP-E
(0002-30009)
3 total: 1 right top,
1 bottom, 1 right bottom
240V / 16A / 2800W / 1 Ph
17.5” x 16.2” x 18.35”
CPO-4RP-E
(0002-40002)
4 total: 1 top, 1 right top,
1 bottom, 1 right bottom
240V / 16A / 2900W / 1 Ph
18.5” x 16.2” x 18.35”
CPO-5RP-E
(0002-50002)
5 total: 2 top, 1 right top
1 bottom, 1 right bottom
240V / 16A / 3000W / 1 Ph
18.5” x 16.2” x 18.35”
CPO-SAPP-E
(0002-00006)
No warmers brews into airpot
240V / 16A / 2500W / 1 Ph
25” x 8.12” x 18.35”
(H x W x D)
Model CPO-3P
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Grindmaster®
Portable Pourover Coffee Brewers
Safety Information
Important Safety Information
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages
that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
For your safety and the safety of others, read all warnings and the operator’s manual before installing or using
the product.
DANGER: This term warns the user of imminent hazard that will result in serious injury or death.
WARNING: This term refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice, which could result in serious injury or death.
CAUTION: This term refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice, which could result in minor or moderate
injury.
NOTICE: This term refers to information that needs special attention or must be fully understood.
WARNING
• The brewer must only be connected to a dedicated, grounded electrical circuit (refer to serial tag on machine
for voltage and amperage requirements).
• To prevent the possibility of electrocution, burns, or other injuries and to prevent damage to your brewer,
do not immerse in water or any cleaning liquids.
• Do not operate a damaged brewer. Inspect the power supply cord and water supply often. If cord or plug is
damaged or worn, do not use your brewer. Disconnect the electrical power.
• Turn off and unplug the brewer before cleaning or maintenance. Allow brewer to cool before cleaning or
maintaining.
• Disconnect power if the machine functions abnormally and notify qualified service personnel for repairs.
• Do not permit non-qualified service personnel to attempt repairs. No user serviceable components inside
the brewer. Do not disassemble the brewer.
FAILURE TO COMPLY RISKS PERSONAL INJURY, SHOCK HAZARD, FIRE, OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION
• Risk of burns. The brewer uses 185°F - 200°F water that, if not properly handled, could cause burns. Do not
permit children to use this appliance unless there is direct adult supervision. Keep away from pets and other
animals.
• For indoor use only. Do not install or use outdoors, in moving equipment, or watercraft.
• Use the product for its intended purpose only. Any other usage is inappropriate and may be dangerous. The
manufacturer assumes no responsibility for injury, loss, or damage resulting from improper machine use.
• Hot surfaces may cause burns. Do not touch the brewer while in operation.
• To prevent scalding by hot water, do not remove the brew basket while in operation.
• To prevent scalding by hot water, do not move or tilt the brewer. Moving or tilting the brewer could result
in water spilling from the reservoir.
NOTICE
A qualified professional should perform maintenance and repairs.
Installation, maintenance, or repairs by unqualified personnel may damage the brewer and void the
manufacturer’s warranty.
This equipment must be installed in accordance with the appropriate national and local codes of the country
and/or region in which the appliance is installed.
Contact the manufacturer to report any malfunction of or damage to the brewer.
When turning the machine off for an extended period, be sure to evacuate the water inside the piping
completely, otherwise the water inside the machine could freeze and lead to damage or cause mold to appear.
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General Information
This operating manual includes instructions for using
and maintaining your coffee brewer; keep this manual
readily available.
After unpacking your brewer, check to ensure that your
machine has not been damaged during shipping and
includes all components. Notify your service
representative regarding any questions or concerns
before installing.
Please note that packaging material can be dangerous.
Keep away from children. Discard promptly.
To ensure food safety and proper operation, clean
machine regularly following the daily and weekly
cleaning instructions. Cleaning and water evacuation
instructions are found in the Cleaning and
Maintenance Section of this manual.
When turning off the machine for an extended period,
be sure to evacuate the water inside the piping
completely. Otherwise, the water inside the machine
could freeze and lead to damage or cause mold to
appear.
Operation
Installation
WARNING
Read and follow installation
instructions before plugging machine into an electrical
circuit. Warranty will be void if unit is connected to any
voltage other than that listed on the name plate.
NOTICE: Fill brewer tank with water before
connecting to power supply.
Please read this manual before operating the brewer.
1. Carefully remove brewer from carton.
2. Place brewer in position on shelf, counter
or other flat surface.
3. FILL BREWER TANK WITH WATER BEFORE
CONNECTING TO POWER SUPPLY
4. Place the decanter under brew basket, raise
pour-in opening cover and pour three
decanters of water through the top pourin opening. Water should come through
the brew basket as the third decanter of
water drains out of the pour-in basin.
5. Brewer is shipped with thermostat turned
on (full clockwise position). Plug brewer
into a dedicated, grounded 120V/15A or
120V/20A (240V for export models) circuit
depending on model (refer to serial tag on
machine).
6. Turn power switch on.
7. Allow 10-15 minutes for water in tank to
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heat to brewing temperature. (Hot water
may drip from brew basket on initial
thermal expansion of water in the tank).
This will not occur thereafter.
8. After water has reached brewing
temperature (thermostat will click off,
heating noise will stop), pour 1 decanter
(60 oz.) of water through pour-in opening.
More than 1 decanter of water will flow
into decanter below brew basket due to
water expansion in tank. Machine is now
ready to use.
9. Pour 1 decanter of water through pour-in
opening to check for proper temperature
setting with an accurate thermometer.
Take the temperature of this water at a
point below the brew basket opening at
the start of the brew cycle and when the
decanter is half full. Recommended
temperature of the water is approximately
195°F.
10. In higher altitude locations (5,000 feet
above sea level) the thermostat may have
to be adjusted lower to prevent boiling.
Your new coffee brewer is easy to operate and
maintain. Before you place it in service, please have all
personnel familiarize themselves with these
instructions. Keep this manual in a convenient place for
ready reference.
Coffee Preparation Procedures
1. Place filter into brew basket.
2. Put the proper amount of coffee into the
filter.
3. Slide the brew basket into holder.
4. Place empty decanter on warmer located
directly under the brew basket and turn
corresponding warmer switch ON.
NOTE: For airpots, open airpot lid, remove
pump stem from airpot and place airpot
opening directly under center hole in brew
basket.
5. Pour decanter of fresh water through pourin opening at top of brewer. (Make sure
ready light is on before brewing).
6. Hot water will be delivered through the
sprayhead. This distributes the hot water
evenly over the coffee bed within the brew
basket. The coffee will drain from brew
basket into the container below.
7. TURN OFF WARMER WHEN NOT IN USE.
(Red light indicates warmer is ON). Not for
airpot brewers.
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Operation (continued)
8. Before brewing next pot, remove brew
basket from brew rails and dump filter into
waste basket.
If you need help, call GMCW Technical Service
Department for help, (502) 425-4776 or (800) 695-4500
(USA & Canada only) 8 AM - 6 PM EST.
Prior authorization must be obtained from GMCW for
all warranty claims.
Cleaning & Maintenance
WARNING Burn Hazard. Hot liquids and surfaces
are present in this equipment. To avoid burns, use
caution when cleaning. Rinse hot parts with cold water
before cleaning. Use gloves or a heavy cloth when
removing hot parts from brewer.
Cleaning Instructions
After Each Brew:
1. Dispose of grounds and rinse brew basket.
2. Rinse decanter or airpot containers before
reuse.
Every Day:
1. Wash brew basket with warm soapy water,
thoroughly rinse and dry using a clean
absorbent towel.
2. Remove spray head, located above brew
basket, using gloves or a heavy towel.
Wash off coffee oils and clean any plugged
holes.
3. Wash Brew Funnel and Decanters or Airpot
by hand as needed with warm soapy water,
thoroughly rinse, and dry using a clean
absorbent towel. Do not use dishwasher,
which may cause airpot breakage.
4. To avoid scratches, use a soft cloth and
warm soapy water or stainless steel polish
on the outside.
5. Wipe exterior of brewer with a damp cloth.
Do not use abrasives which will scratch
surface.
6. If decanters are to be left on warmer all
night, fill with water to avoid coffee oil
burn-in.
Sanitizing:
•All food dispensing units should be sanitized
periodically.
• All parts to be sanitized must be washed and
rinsed before.
Portable Pourover Coffee Brewers
To prepare a sanitizing solution:
1. ADD 2 TSP. of LIQUID BLEACH (5.25%
CONCENTRATION) TO 1 GALLON OF
WATER AT ROOM TEMPERATURE (70°F 90°F).
2. Soak all parts for a minimum of 3 minutes
in the sanitizing solution.
NOTE: Always start with an unopened bottle of
bleach since the solution from an opened
bottle has a short life span.
3. Let all sanitized parts drain and dry
naturally. DO NOT WIPE THEM DRY.
4. Before using the sanitized unit (or parts)
with food stuffs, rinse all parts thoroughly
with water.
Maintenance
Draining Water Tank
Always empty the tank before shipping or storage.
WARNING Draining of tank should be
performed by a qualified service technician. The tank
contains very hot water. May cause severe burns.
1. Prepare a heat resistant container to drain tank
water into.
2. Unplug the unit’s electrical plug and allow the
tank water to cool.
3. Remove the top lid and disconnect the top
warmers if applicable.
4. Tip over unit allowing the water to flow out of
the inlet pan into a heat resistant container.
5. Allow the tank to drain completely.
6. Reinstall top lid.
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Cleaning & Maintenance
(continued)
Descaling the coffee brewer
WARNING Disconnect power before servicing.
Risk of electric shock.
1. Unplug the brewer and remove the
deflector from the outlet nozzle.
2. Slide the descaling tool into the nozzle
outlet. Continue to put it into the unit
about 12 inches and remove it. Clean off
the tool between each time. Repeat until
the tool comes out clean.
3. Run water through coffee brewer to
remove any loose scaling.
4. Reinstall deflector.
4. Remove four nuts mounting the tank.
5. Lift tank and lid completely out of unit.
6. Remove eight nuts that mount the tank to
tank lid.
7. Reverse steps 1-6 to reassemble new tank
assembly.
THERMOSTAT, HI-LIMIT
1. Disconnect wires to hi-limit thermostat.
2. Remove
hi-limit
thermostat
from
containment clip.
3. Check continuity of the new hi-limit
thermostat before installing.
4. Install thermostat in containment clip and
reconnect wires.
5. Make sure the hi-limit thermostat is
securely mounted and that all electrical
connections are tight and isolated.
MAIN THERMOSTAT
1. Disconnect wires and remove tank and
tank lid assembly.
2. Remove eight nuts that mount the tank to
tank lid.
3. Remove screws which secure thermostat to
tank lid.
4. Loosen thumb nut securing capillary bulb.
5. Remove capillary bulb from the grommet
in top of tank lid by pressing up with
thumb from under side and pulling
capillary bulb out through hole.
6. Reverse steps 1-5 to reassemble new tank
assembly.
Component Replacement Instructions
WARNING Disconnect power before servicing.
Risk of electric shock.
These steps apply to replacement of TANK, TANK
HEATER, and HI-LIMIT or MAIN THERMOSTAT
1. Remove brewer lid. Disconnect electrical
connectors from upper warmer plate if
applicable.
2. Remove pour in basin assembly (receiving
pan).
3. Disconnect electrical terminals and hoses as
needed.
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TANK HEATING ELEMENT
1. Disconnect wires and remove tank and
tank lid assembly.
2. Remove eight nuts that mount the tank to
tank lid.
3. Loosen thumb nut securing capillary bulb
and remove bracket.
4. Remove two nuts and remove element.
5. Install new element and washers with nuts
secured tightly.
6. Inspect tank lid gasket and replace if
necessary.
7. Reverse steps 1-3 to reassemble.
WARMER ELEMENT
1. Remove retaining nut from warmer plate.
2. Lift plate and disconnect leads.
3. Remove warmer element from plate.
4. Reverse steps 1-3 to reassemble.
5. Plug the brewer back in.
Grindmaster®
Portable Pourover Coffee Brewers
Troubleshooting Guide
Before you call for help, please read the following:
WARNING Unplug power cord from outlet before cleaning or servicing your brewer.
Problem
No Hot Water
Possible Source
1. Tank Heater
Check
1. Check the voltage at the tank heater
terminals. Voltage should be 120VAC or 240VAC.
Check serial tag for proper voltage.
1. Main thermostat
1. Thermostat contact stuck or out of
calibration.
2. High altitude
2. For altitude above 5,000 feet.
Dripping
1. Not siphoning
properly
1. Water should flow from sprayhead
freely.
Dry Coffee
Remaining on Brew
1. Filters
2. Not siphoning
properly
3. Improper loading of
brew basket
1. Warmer - defective
1. Are correct filters being used?
2. Refer to “dripping” step 1
Solution
1. (A) If correct voltage is present at the
tank heater terminals and water is
not being heated, replace tank heater.
(B) If voltage is not present at tank
heater terminals, refer to step 2.
(C) If incorrect voltage is present at
tank heater terminals, check voltage
at outlet.
2. (A) If voltage is present on incoming
terminal on the hi-limit thermostat
but not on the outgoing terminal,
replace hi-limit thermostat.
(B) Check voltage between black and
white wire on receptacle. If voltage is
not present check outlet or circuit
breaker.
(C) If voltage is not present on
incoming terminal of hi-limit
thermostat, replace main
thermostat.
1. (A) Adjust thermostat to lower
temperature setting.
(B) Thermostat should be calibrated
or replaced.
2. (A) Adjust thermostat to lower
temperature setting.
1. (A) Clean sprayhead holes
(B) Check tightness of sprayhead tube.
(C) Check water outlet pipe for debris
1.
Use correct filter
2.
Refer to “dripping” step 1
3. Filter and coffee in brew basket
3.
1. Voltage at warmer terminals should
be 120VAC or 240VAC.
2. If voltage is not present on warmer
terminals, check continuity of switch.
1.
2. Hi-limit thermostat 2. Check the voltage between the white
or main thermostat
wire on the tank heater terminal and the
incoming terminal (black wire) on the
hi-limit thermostat, then the outgoing
(black wire) terminal on the hi-limit
thermostat.
Steaming or
Spitting Around Funnel
Warmer Station Cold
2. Warmer On/Off
switch
3. Bad harness
Overflowing
3. Check connections between harness and
switch, and between switch and warmer.
1. Receiving container 1. Operating instructions
not completely
empty at start of
brew cycle.
2. Not siphoning
2. Refer to “dripping” step 1.
properly
2.
3.
Filter should be centred in brew basket
and coffee bed should be level.
If voltage is present on terminals, but
warmer is not heating, replace warmer.
If switch does not make and break
continuity when turned on and off,
replace switch.
All connections should be tight.
1.
Always start brew cycle with empty
container.
2.
Refer to “dripping” step 1.
If you still need help, call GMCW Technical Service Department, (502) 425-4776 or (800) 695-4500 (USA & Canada
only) (Monday through Friday 8 AM - 6 PM EST). Please have the model and serial number ready so that accurate
information can be given.
Prior authorization must be obtained from GMCW for all warranty claims.
GMCW provides the industry’s BEST warranty. Visit our website at GMCW.com for warranty terms and
conditions.
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Parts Diagram and List
Water Tank Assembly - all models
Refer to Parts List on page 16
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Parts Diagram and List (continued)
CPO-1P and CPO-1P-E
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Parts Diagrams and List (continued)
CPO-2P, CPO-2P-E, and CPO-2CP
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Parts Diagrams and List (continued)
CPO-3RP, CPO-3RP-E, and CPO-3RCP
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CPO-4RP and CPO-4RP-E
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CPO-SAPP and CPO-SAPP-E
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Parts Diagrams and List (continued)
Parts List
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
2
200-00171
POUROVER TOP WELDMENT
38
A320-143
AIR POT STOPPER
3
200-00281
POUROVER PAN CPO
40
A71907
PANEL, BASE B-SGP
4
200-00150
BREWER WATER OUTLET PIPE
41
80415
LEG, ADJ NONSKID LEVELER
5
200-00157
POUROVER TANK WELDED
43
380-00225
FRONT LABEL CPO-SAP
6
200-00154
TANK COVER POUROVER ONLY WELD
44
380-00223
FRONT LABEL CPO-4R
7*
70821
GASKET, WATER TANK
45
380-00222
FRONT LABEL CPO-3R
8*
73008
NUT SLOTTED HEX
46
380-00219
FRONT LABEL CPO-1
9*
73009
WASHER 1"OD 3/4"ID SS
47
200-00298
LID CPO-1, CPO-3R Weld
10*
73007
GASKET 1.062OD 0.578ID
48
210-00294
LID PLASTIC POUR-OVER
11*
06490
NOZZLE, SPRAY HEAD
49
210-00295
MOUNT LID PLASTIC POUR-OVER
12*
06491
DEFLECTOR, SPRAY
50
73256
SCR M4-0.7X8 PH TH SS
13*
290-00028
BREW WATER OUTLET GASKET
51
61479
STRAIN RELIEF HEYCO
14*
321-00020
THERMOSTAT, 98C-CPO
52*
71952
BASKET, BREW, MOLDED
15* (120V)
70818
ELEMENT, HEATING 1400W
53*
07220
NUT, 1/2-20 HX PL
15* (240V)
70820
ELEMENT, HEATING 2500W
54
71620
BUSHING, HOLE 1-3/32DIA A511008
16*
M461A
SEAL SILICONE 12MM - GB/QB
58
71593
PANEL, BASE B-3,B-SAP
17*
M197A
WASHER RED SILICONE (D042A)
59
200-00599
PANEL, CENTER, CPO-SAP
18
M245AL
KNOB BLACK (L681A)
60
A71946
PANEL FRONT WRAP B-SAP
19
P033AL
NUT, #10-32 X .375 X .130 HX SS
61
07026-07
SCREW, 8-32x3/8 PH PN HD 18-8 S/S
20*
73059
SWITCH, WARMER, LIGHTED
62
200-00598
PANEL, CENTER CPO
21* (120V)
L573AL
HI LIMIT SWITCH
64
A71599
PANEL, BASE B-3W
21* (240V)
A536-023
HI LIMIT SWITCH
65
A71600
BRACKET, STIFFENER B-3W
22
73261
NUT #8-32 HX SS
66
A71609
PANEL, SIDE WARMER TOP B-3W
23
P184AL
SCREW,6-32X3/8,SS PH TR HD
67
200-00297
LID CPO-3, CPO-5R weld
24
07206-05
NUT 1/2"-20 HX JAM
68
71608
PANEL, 2-WARMER B-3
25*
71155
TUBING, 5/16IDX3/32WL SILICONE
70
200-00296
LID CPO-2, CPO-4 weld
26*
71577
PLATE, WARMER, 1-STUD
71
200-00173
PANEL, 1 WARMER
27*
71592
BRACKET, WARMER B-3
73
71602
PANEL, FRONT WRAPPER B-3
28* (120V)
13029
HEATER, WARMER 120V
74
380-00173
DECAL, CAUTION HOT LIQUID
28* (240V)
A535-028
HEATER, WARMER 100W 240V
75
343-00103
HARNESS, CPO-SERIES
29
71603
PANEL, FRONT WRAPPER,B-3WR
76*
343-00104
POWER CORD 15A (120V)
30
71601
PANEL, COLLAR,B-SAP,B-3W
77*
343-00105
POWER CORD 14/3 W/NEMA 20A (120V)
31
380-00221
FRONT LABEL CPO-3
76*/77*
61453
POWER CORD (240V)
32
380-00220
FRONT LABEL CPO-2
78
354-00006
HEYCO BUSHING, 0.562 HOLE
33
380-00224
FRONT LABEL CPO-5R
79
73096
PROBE CLIP ASSEMBLY
35
70322
NUT, 10-32 KEPS SS
80*
345-00024
GREEN READY LIGHT
36
380-00171
DECAL, CAUTION WARMER
81*
70449
SWITCH, MAIN POWER
37
380-00172
DECAL, WARNING DISCONNECT POWER
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Portable Pourover Coffee Brewers
Wiring Diagram
Wiring Diagram
Portable Pourover Coffee Brewers
Grindmaster®
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Grindmaster®
Portable Pourover Coffee Brewers
Portable Pourover Coffee Brewers
Grindmaster®
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