Bunn GR10-B, GR10 Series User Manual

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Welcome to the world of fi ne coffee.The BUNN®

Pour-Omatic® Coffee Brewer will enhance your enjoyment of each cup of coffee.BUNN® coffee brewers are recognized in homes and restaurants throughout the world as the very fi nest. Read this booklet, and in no time you will know how to make a great cup of coffee

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Keep this booklet for future reference

Bunn and Bunn Pour-Omatic are registered trademarks and the Bunn logo is a trademark of Bunn-O-Matic

Corporation.

33545.0000H 09/04 © 2000 BUNN-O-MATIC CORPORATION

Our best wishes for your coffee enjoyment.

Table of Contents

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

 

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GENERAL INFORMATION

 

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PREPARINGTHE BREWER FOR USE

 

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BREWING DELICIOUS COFFEE

 

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HOTWATER

 

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COFFEE FUNDAMENTALS

 

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BREWINGTIPS

 

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DECANTER HANDLE MAINTENANCE

 

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ROUTINE CLEANING

 

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DELIMING

 

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PERIODIC CLEANING

 

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DRAININGTHE BREWER

 

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WATER QUALITY

 

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SOFTENEDWATER/DECAFFEINATED COFFEE

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AUTHORIZED SERVICE

 

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BUNN COMPANION PRODUCTS

 

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LIMITEDWARRANTY

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SPECIFICATIONS

Electrical UL listed for household use only.This brewer has an attached, 3 prong grounded cord set and requires 2-wire service with ground,rated

120 volts ac,72 amps,single phase,60 Hz.Components include an 800watt tank heater, 34 watt tank “Keep Warm” heater, & 46 watt decanter warmer;900 watts total.

Dimensions 144 inches high; 7 inches wide;1334 inches deep

Brew Capacity - Four to ten 5-ounce cups per batch.

Weight 8 pounds;includes decanter,fi lters,coffee funnel,and deliming spring probe.

HIGH ALTITUDE USE

YourBUNNPour-Omatic® coffeebrewerisdesignedtooperateinmost areas of the country.For high altitude use,over 5000 feet,the models with a“(D)” designation should be used.

BUNN-O-MATIC CORPORATION

1400 STEVENSON DRIVE

SPRINGFIELD,ILLINOIS 62703 www.bunn.com

If you need any assistance,please call us at:

1–800–352–2866

In order to receive full assistance,please have your Date Code ready when calling for service.

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HOME MODEL COFFEE BREWER

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WARNING

RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK

Hazardous Voltage!

Can Cause Fire Or Electrical Shock!

Do Not DisassembleThe Brewer!

ThereAre No User Serviceable Parts Inside! Repair Should Be Done ByAuthorized Service Personnel!

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important operating and

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service instructions.

 

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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

Follow these basic safety precautions when using electrical appliances to reduce the risk of fi re, electric shock, and/or personal injury:

Read all instructions.

Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.

Do not place cord, plugs, or brewer in water or liquid.

Close supervision is necessary when the brewer is used by or near children.

Unplug from outlet when not in use for extended periods of time and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts,and before cleaning.

Do not operate the brewer with a damaged cord or plug or after the brewer malfunctions, or has been damaged in any manner. Return the brewer to an Authorized Service Facility for examination, adjustment, or repair.(Refer to page 10.)

Theuseofanaccessorynotevaluatedforusewiththisbrewermay cause injuries.

For household use only. Do not use outdoors.

Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter,or touch hot surfaces.

Do not place the brewer on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.

Donotusebrewerforotherthan its intended use.

Do not place or remove funnel, decanter, or decanter lid while brewing.

The decanter is designed for use with this brewer. It must never be used on a range top or in a microwave.

Do not set a hot decanter on a cold surface.

Do not use a cracked decanter or a decanter having a loose or weakened handle.

Do not clean decanter with cleansers, steel wool pads, or other abrasive materials.

When the brewer is idle,the lid should be in the closed position.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

A short power-supply cord is used to reduce the risks resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord.

If an extension cord is used, the marked electrical rating of the extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the brewer and the cord should be arranged so that it will not hang over edge of table or counter where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over.

The extension cord must be of the 3 pronged,3 socketed,grounding type,3-wire cord.(Including grounding conductor).

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GENERAL INFORMATION

NOTE - THE BREWER IS NOT READY TO PLUG IN

(See Page 6)

Improper installation will result in permanent damage and void the limited warranty.Read & follow the instructions on the next page

This brewer is designed to remain plugged in at all times (except during initial installation or when cleaning).

A vacation switch is provided on the lower left side to completely shut offallelectricalcomponentswhenyourplanstakeyouawayfromhome for three or more days.Safety features,designed into the BUNN®coffee brewer,make the daily use of this switch unnecessary.

Whenever the brewer has been shut off or unplugged,fi ll the tank with water and allow the water in the tank to heat to the proper temperature before using (about fi fteen minutes or until the heating sound stops).

Your BUNN® coffee brewer has a specially designed tank to keep the wateratthepropertemperature.Thisconstantsupplyofhotwaterassures

the correct method of brewing coffee,in less than three minutes.

The brewed coffee fl ows into the decanter where it is kept at serving temperatureontheporcelaindecanterwarmer.Thewarmeriscontrolled by the lighted on/off switch on the front of the brewer.

NOTE- The warmer switch only controls the decanter warmer.

While coffee is being brewed,the newest water in the tank is heated to the proper temperature and held until needed.

When the brewer is not in operation,the fl ip lid should remain closed. Leaving the lid open may cause an unexpected drip of water from the sprayhead when cold water is poured into the top of the brewer.

The decanter lid reduces coffee evaporation and temperature loss.

Use CAUTION when dispensing hot water from the brewer.The water is approximately 50°F hotter than that available from your hot water faucet and is always available for other uses.

The brewer is equipped with a 120 volt, three prong grounded cord set.The plug is provided with a round grounding pin.This is a safety feature and allows the plug to fi t into a properly grounded outlet.If the plug does not fi t into the outlet,contact an electrician to update your

outlet.Do not attempt to bypass the safety aspect of this plug.

The sprayhead may periodically become loose.Using extreme caution not to burn yourself,retighten the sprayhead with your fi nger tips.

NOTE- A severe burn may result if the sprayhead becomes loose and falls off while brewing

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PREPARING THE BREWER FOR USE

NOTE -THE BREWER IS NOT READYTO PLUG IN. Do NOT plug in until Step #3.

Step 1

Raise the hinged fl ip-lid.

NOTE: The post protruding from the screen is connected to a stopper which controls the fl ow of water into the tank. When lid is closed (post depressed),the stopper is raised and water will fl ow into the tank.

Step 2

Slide an empty brew funnel into the brewer under thewarmerswitch.Pouronedecanterfullofwaterinto the screened area on top of the brewer.Place decanter on the warmer. Close lid.Wait three minutes to allow the water to fl ow into the tank. Repeat this process When the tank is full,some water will fl ow through the funnel and into the decanter.

Step 3

Plug in the brewer.

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Step 4

Press the bottom of the vacation switch, located on the lower left side of the brewer,to the“ON” (lower) posi ion.

The vacation switch controls power to the tank heater. Initially you will have to wait approximately fi fteen minutes in order for the water to reach brew tem- perature

Empty any water that has collected in the decanter

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The next page leads you through the fi ve easy steps to

‘BREWING DELICIOUS COFFEE’

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BREWING DELICIOUS COFFEE

Step 1

Insert a BUNN® coffee fi lter into the brew funnel. (Be sure to use BUNN® coffee fi lters for proper brewing.There is a difference.)

Order more paper fi lters direct from BUNN® at www.bunn.com

Step 2

Measure coffee into the fi lter and gently shake the fi lter to level the bed of grounds.To determine the amount of coffee to be used,see Page 8.

Step 3

Make sure that the sprayhead is tight.Slide the brew funnelintothebrewerunderthewarmerswitch. Place the lighted warmer switch in the“ON” position.

Step 4

Raise the hinged fl ip-lid and pour a decanter of water into the top of the brewer. Place the decanter on the warmer,THEN close the lid.Your BUNN® brewer will begin brewing coffee immediately.Flip-lid should also remain closed when brewer is not in operation.

Step 5

When brewing has stopped,remove the brew funnel and discard the fi lter and grounds. Do not touch hot grounds.

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NOTE: Opening the lid during brew cycle will interrupt the fl ow of water into the tank, but will not interrupt the brewing process.The brewed coffee already in the funnel will empty into the decanter.When lid is closed,the fl ow of water into the funnel will resume until the brewing cycle is complete.

WARNING: Do not close the lid after pouring in water,without the decanter in place. Closing the lid releases the hot water.

HOT WATER (USE WITH CAUTION)

The same basic steps can be used to obtain hot water by omitting the fi lter and coffee. The water from your BUNN® coffee brewer is approximately 200° F. This is hotter than the hot water from your faucet and must be handled with care.

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COFFEE FUNDAMENTALS

Brewing delicious coffee is similar to cooking any favorite food. Both require a good recipe.Proper coffee making needs quality equipment to precisely control water temperature, volume, and brew time. The BUNN® coffee brewer assures consistency in your recipe by controlling all of these elements.The only variables remaining in the recipe are the grind and amount of coffee used.

The amount of ground coffee is generally determined by the grind. For best results,we recommend a drip (medium) grind.

Hot water extracts many elements from the coffee,some desirable,some not. The amount of coffee used and the amount of water passed through the coffee determines strength.Increasing the amount of coffee results in a stronger beverage. Decreasingtheamountofcoffeewiththesameamountofwater,resultsinaweaker beverage.Too much water and too little coffee can result in over-extraction.Over- extracting the coffee can cause an unwanted bitter taste.

As the amount of coffee decreases,you’ll note an increase in the bitterness of thebeverage.Thishappensbecausethehotwaterbeginstoremovetheundesirable elements after all of the desirable elements have been extracted.

Fresh ground coffee gives the best results. Always store ground coffee in a cool, dry area away from other food items with strong odors. When stored in a refrigerator,keep it in an airtight container.

BREWING TIPS

When properly brewed,the difference between the best quality ground coffee and a poor quality ground coffee becomes very dramatic. Proper brewing requires little effort with the BUNN® coffee brewer.

You’ll always have a great coffee experience if you follow these tips:

1)Always start with clean equipment.

2)Always use fresh cold water.

3)Always use BUNN® paper coffee fi lters for proper extraction.

4)Using a minimum of 2 ounces of fresh drip grind coffee for each full pot will give you a consistently great pot of coffee with a full-bodied fl avor and aroma. However, the real criteria is personal taste. Adjust the recipe until it suits you. If you need to make a smaller batch, experiment with less water and ground coffee. Minimum batch is 4 cups as indicated on the decanter.

5)Keep the beverage at the correct serving temperature by setting the decanter on the porcelain warmer.For the freshest fl avor,don’t hold brewed coffee on the warmer for longer than an hour.

DECANTER HANDLE MAINTENANCE

Using a standard screw driver,periodically tighten the screw in the handle.Be careful not to overtighten the screw.

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ROUTINE CLEANING

Rinsing the brew funnel and decanter after each use is the only routine cleaning required. Occasionally, wipe the outside of the brewer including the area above the funnel with a damp cloth.(The brew funnel and decanter are top-rack dishwasher safe.)

DELIMING

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Periodically, you should delime the brewer to clear any

deposits that may have accumulated due to impurities in the water source.

NOTE- Unplug the brewer and let it cool down before deliming

1)Unscrew the sprayhead with your fi ngertips and set it aside.

2)Insert all but two inches of the fl exible deliming tool

(supplied) into the sprayhead tube.

3) Slide the tool in and out fi ve or six times to loosen lime in the sprayhead tube.Remove the tool.

4)Pour one decanter of fresh water into the brewer,set the empty decanter on the warmer,and close the lid.

5)Check the holes in the sprayhead.If plugged with lime, they may be cleared by using a toothpick. Clean the

sprayhead with a cloth and mild detergent. Rinse the sprayhead with water before reinstalling.

6) Plug in the brewer and allow the water in the tank to reheat before using.The frequency of deliming depends on the mineral content of your water.

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PERIODIC CLEANING

(Recommended At Least Every Three Months.)

1)Slide an empty brew funnel into the brewer under the warmer switch and center an empty decanter on the warmer.

2)Pour one quart of white vinegar into the top of the brewer and close the lid. Empty the decanter when liquid stops fl owing from the funnel.

3)Allow the brewer to sit for two hours.

4)Unplug the brewer. Remove the brew funnel and sprayhead from the brewer and set them aside. Clean the sprayhead with a cloth and mild detergent.

5)To drain the brewer, continue to Step 6, OR to clear vinegar out of brewer without draining, pour a decanter of fresh, cold water through the brewer. Place decanter on warmer,then close the lid to allow the water to run through the brewer. After it has run through, empty decanter, and repeat the process

approximately 8 - 10 times.Proceed to Step 9.

6) Cool the brewer by pouring a full decanter of fresh,cold water into the top of the brewer. Place decanter on warmer,close lid.When fl ow from the brewer has stopped,empty the decanter. Repeat this process one more time,then set the decanter aside.

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PERIODIC CLEANING (cont.)

7)Grasp the back of the brewer and quickly turn it upside down over a sink as shown. Most of the water in the tank will fl ow from the

sprayhead tube opening. Some water may fl ow from the area around the top lid.Continue tipping the brewer until the fl ow stops.

8)Replace the sprayhead and funnel after the water has been drained.Pouradecanterofwaterintothetopofthebrewer.

Place the decanter on the warmer, close the lid. Repeat this process with another decanter of water. Water will fl ow out of the funnel after the second decanter.When fl ow from the funnel has stopped, empty the decanter and pour an additional decanter of water into the brewer. Place the decanter on the warmer and close the lid.

9)If you have not replaced the sprayhead and funnel.do so now before proceeding Taste the water coming out of

the brewer. Pour additional decanters of fresh,cold water

into the brewer as needed until the water has no vinegar taste.

10)Pluginthebrewerandallowthewaterinthetanktoreachbrewingtemperature before using. (Approximately 15 minutes.)

DRAINING THE BREWER

The water in your BUNN® Coffee Brewer should be emptied whenever it is takenonatrip,shipped,orstoredinanunheatedlocationwithachanceoffreezing.

Follow steps 4-7 of the PERIODIC CLEANING section.

WATER QUALITY

Installawaterconditionerifyourwatercontainsexcessiveamountsofsediment, taste,or odors.

SOFTENED WATER / DECAFFEINATED COFFEE

Useofdecaffeinatedcoffeeand/orsoftenedwatermaycausethebrewedcoffee to drain more slowly through the paper fi lter,occasionally resulting in an overfl ow of grounds into the decanter.While this is not unusual in coffee brewing, it can be avoided by using slightly less coffee, a coarser grind, or both. If the overfl ow persists,please contact BUNN® to order a special sprayhead free of charge.

AUTHORIZED SERVICE

For Service Information Contact:

Bunn-O-Matic Corporation

(800) 352-2866

To receive full assistance, please have Date code ready when calling for service. (Located on the bottom of your brewer)

Service Center Locations:

Bunn-O-Matic Corporation

Bunn-O-Matic Corporation

900 E. Townline Rd.

16431 Carmenita Road

Creston, IA 50801

Cerritos, California 90701

 

(800) 637-2866

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Extra glass decanters are an attractive and useful way to serve coffee, hot or iced tea, soups, cold juices,hot chocolate,etc.

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COFFEE & TEA FILTERS

Constant quality testing assures consistent fl avor without any grounds in the cup. BUNN® paper fi lters are packaged to maintain their fl uted shape for use in most basket-type drip coffee makers.

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AUXILIARY WARMERS

Durable,porcelaincoated,scratch-re- sistant warmer with lighted ON/OFF switch keeps an extra decanter of coffee,tea,hot chocolate or soups at perfect temperature.

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BCG GRINDER

Large burrs fl ake beans (not pulverize) to the correct size and shape for maximum fl avor extraction.High capacitybeanhopperkeepsuptoone full pound of coffee fresh for days.

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LIMITED WARRANTY

Bunn-O-Matic warrants the BUNN Pour-Omatic® Coffee Brewer (“Brewer”), except glass serving bowl,to be free from defects in material and workmanship existing at the time of manufacture and appearing within one of the following warranty periods:

a)Three (3) years from the date of original purchase of a NEW BREWER

b)The later of three (3) years from the date of original purchase or one (1) year from the date REPAIRED OR REPLACEMENT BREWER is received by the customer when returned to Bunn-O-Matic before the new Brewer warranty has expired.

c)One(1)yearfromthedateREPAIREDORREPLACEMENTBREWERisreceived

by the customer when returned to Bunn-O-Matic after the new Brewer warranty has expired.

d)One (1) year from the date of purchase of a REMANUFACTURED BREWER If such a defect appears during the warranty period, we will (at our sole option) repair or replace the defective Brewer with no charge for service or parts,provided the Brewer is delivered at the customer’s expense to one of the

authorized service centers listed on page 10 of this booklet.

This warranty does not cover claims resulting from misuse,failure to follow instructionsoninstallationanduse,usewithwaterhavingahighmineralcontent, neglect,use of unauthorized attachments,commercial use,use on a current or voltage other than specifi ed on the Brewer,or unauthorized service during the warranty period on conditions otherwise covered by warranty.

THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE EXCLUSIVE AND SHALL BE IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY, WRITTEN OR ORAL, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY EXPRESS WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FORAPARTICULARPURPOSE.THEDURATIONOFANYIMPLIEDWARRANTIES, INCLUDINGBUTNOTLIMITEDTOANYIMPLIEDWARRANTIESOFMERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TOTHE PERIOD OF DURATION OFTHIS LIMITEDWARRANTY.

Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

THE CUSTOMER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OFTHISWARRANTY OR OFANY IMPLIEDWARRANTY OR OFANY OTHER OBLIGATIONARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE SHALL BE LIMITED AS SPECIFIED HEREINTO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT,AT OUR SOLE OPTION.INANY EVENT, RESPONSIBILITYFORSPECIAL,INCIDENTALANDCONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES

IS EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED.

Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you

This warranty gives you specifi c legal rights,and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.