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CM 150
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
CAUTION:To prevent personal injury or property damage,
read and follow all instructions and warnings.
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precaution
should always be followed including the following:
Read all instructions, including these important safeguards and the care
and use instructions in this manual.
The use of accessory attachments not recommended by Feller may
result in fire, electric shock or injury to persons.
Do not operate when the appliance is not working properly or when it
has been damaged in any manner.
Do not attempt to repair this appliance yourself.
For household use only.
Do not refill the water reservoir while the appliance is on. Turn the
machine off and allow to cool before refilling with water.
Make sure carafe is in place when brewing coffee. If the carafe is not in
place hot water or hot coffee will overflow.
Always use the proper grind of coffee. Too fine of a grind could clog the
filter and cause hot water or hot coffee to overflow.
To protect against fire, electric shock and injury to persons, do not
immerse cord, plugs, or other electric parts in water or other liquids.
Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug.
Do not plug cord into wall outlet unless power switch is in OFF position.
Always switch to OFF and unplug the appliance from electrical outlet
when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or
taking off parts and before cleaning.
Keep the cord away from hot parts of the appliance and hot surfaces
during operation.
CAUTION: To prevent burns or other personal injuries to
children, read and follow all instructions and warnings.
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Close supervision is always necessary when any appliance is used by or
near children.
Do not allow children to operate or be near the Drip Coffeemaker, as the
outside surfaces are hot during use.
Do not allow cord to hang over any edge where a child can reach it.
Arrange cord to avoid pulling, tripping or entanglement.
USING YOUR DRIP COFFEE MAKER-FIRST USE
1. Place appliance on dry, level, heat-resistant surface, away from any edge.
2. Plug cord into a 220-240 volt AC electric outlet only.
3. We recommend that you get familiar with all parts of your coffee
machine before using it for the first time. Read all instructions, cautions
and notes before using the appliance.
4. Wash all loose parts in warm soapy water, rinse thoroughly and dry.
5. To remove any manufacturing residuals that may reside in the appliance,
we recommend making at least one full pot with water only, no coffee
grounds.
A small amount of smoke and/or odor may occur upon heating due to
the release of manufacturing oils – this is normal.
Some minor expansion/contraction sounds may occur during heating
and cooling – this is normal.
USING YOUR DRIP COFFEE MAKER – PREPARING COFFEE
1. Place appliance on dry, level, heat-resistant surface, away from any edge.
2. Plug cord into a 220-240 volt AC electric outlet only.
3. Open the hinged water reservoir and pour in the desired quantity of
clean cool water for the number of cups you are brewing. Never pour more
water into the reservoir than the marked maximum level. For maximum
flavor do not use warm or hot water to fill reservoir.
4. Place a #4 cone paper coffee filter into the brew basket. Add desired
amount of coffee into the filter. We recommend one measure (measuring
spoon provided) of ground coffee for every two cups of brewed coffee
to start. After using your coffeemaker a few times, adjust the amount of
coffee to suit your own taste. Do not use more than a total of 1/2 cup of
coffee grounds due to possible flooding.
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NOTE: The coffee grind should be appropriate for a “drip” coffee
maker. Do not use coffee that is ground to a power like
consistency as this will prevent water from passing through
the coffee and may cause hot water/coffee overflow.
5. Close the reservoir cover.
6. Place the coffee carafe with lid in position on the warming plate. Make
sure coffee carafe sits flat on inside circle of warming plate.
NOTE: The lid of the carafe must be in place and properly
positioned on the coffee carafe during the brew process or
hot water or hot coffee may overflow.
7. Turn the coffee maker to the ON position. The indicator light will
illuminate indicating that the brewing process has begun.
8. Unplug cord from electrical outlet after use and allow the coffeemaker
to cool completely before cleaning.
Pause ‘n Serve Feature: The pause ‘n Serve Feature allows you to pour
a cup of coffee during the brewing process. For optimum flavor, allow half
the quantity of coffee to finish brewing before removing carafe. Return the
carafe as soon as possible so the coffee may continue to brew. To prevent
scald injury, do not remove any part of coffee maker, other than
carafe, during the brew cycle.
CLEANING YOUR DRIP COFFEEMAKER
1. Switch coffeemaker off and unplug from electrical outlet. Allow the
entire unit to cool before cleaning.
2. Remove and discard used grounds and disposable filter from the brew
basket.
3. Clean the brew basket, carafe and cover in a solution of warm water and
mild liquid soap. Rinse thoroughly. These parts may also be cleaned in an
automatic dishwasher, top rack only.
4. If there is water left in the water reservoir, empty through the top
opening of the unit by turning upside down over a sink.
5. The exterior of the coffeemaker can be wiped clean with a damp cloth.
Do not clean the inside of the water reservoir with paper towel. This may
leave particles in the chambers that may clog small openings in your
coffeemaker. Rinse with cold water periodically.
DECALCIFYING YOUR DRIP COFFEEMAKER
The coffeemaker must be decalcified periodically. Over time, mineral deposits
build up on internal parts and effect the operation of the appliance. The
frequency of decalcification depends on the hardness of your water and how
often you use the Drip Coffeemaker. Indications that decalcifying is necessary are:
Increased noise during production
Excessive steaming
Longer brewing times
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The pumping action stops before all of the water has been pumped from
The water reservoir
If usage is regular, decalcifying should be carried out as follows:
With soft water, decalcify once per year
With medium water, decalcify every Ȋ months
With hard water, decalcify monthly
We recommend the use of vinegar for decalcifying.
1. Pour 20 ounces (4-cup mark on coffee carafe) of fresh, cool undiluted
white household vinegar into the water reservoir. Make sure the coffee
filter basket and coffee carafe cover are properly positioned.
NOTE: Do not use coffee grounds and do not dilute vinegar
with water.
2. Follow steps 4-7 in “Using Your Drip Coffeemaker -- Preparing Coffee”
section of this manual.
3. Repeat the process above except use clear cool water in place of
vinegar to rinse any remaining traces of the vinegar from the system.
Rinse twice using clean cool water each time.
PROBLEMS AND CAUSES
Coffee or water leaks from coffee filter basket
Filter is not properly placed or is folded over
Filter basket is not properly in place
Coffee carafe or carafe cover is not in place
Too much coffee in filter
Filter basket valve is dirty, broken or missing
Coffee does not come out or is very slow
No water in coffee water reservoir
No coffee in filter holder
Basket is not properly in place
Coffee carafe or carafe cover is not in place
Filter clogged because coffee is ground too fine or packed too tight
Appliance needs to be decalcified
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE
PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH EC DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC.
At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed of as urban waste.
It must be taken to a special local authority differentiated waste collection centre
or to a dealer providing this service.Disposing of a household appliance separately
avoids possible negative consequences for the environment and health, deriving
form inappropriate disposal and enables the constituent materials to
be recovered to obtain significant savings in energy and resources. As a
reminder of the need to dispose of household appliances separately, the
product is marked with a crossed-out wheeled dustbin.
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