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Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe

Model #: CM407BRN

The Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker brews delicious Classic, Rich, Specialty, and Iced coffee drinks at the touch of a button.

What's included
  • 50 oz. (10-cup) thermal carafe
  • Fold-away frother
  • Gold-tone permanent filter
  • Ninja Smart Scoop
  • Removable water reservoir
  • Recipe inspiration guide
  • Quick start guide
Ninja™ Specialty Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe
Ninja™ Specialty Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe
Ninja™ Specialty Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe
Ninja™ Specialty Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe
Ninja™ Specialty Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe
Ninja™ Specialty Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe
Ninja™ Specialty Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe

Details

Bring the coffeehouse home with the Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker. Combine super-rich coffee concentrates with hot or cold frothed milk to create delicious coffeehouse-style drinks, or enjoy flavorful iced coffee that never tastes watered down. Brew anything from a single cup to a half carafe or a full carafe using your favorite grounds—no pods required.
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FAQs


This FAQ page is a great place to find info, tips and help. Just make sure you’ve read your Owner’s Guide before using your unit.

Warming Plate

Why is there no warming plate for the thermal carafe?
The thermal carafe has double-walled insulation, which keeps heat locked inside. The insulation barrier means the heat from the warming plate will not reach the inside of the carafe or affect the temperature of the coffee.
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Cleaning

How do I clean and descale the Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker?
Purchase the Ninja Descaling Solution
  1. Select the Full Carafe size and set the empty carafe beneath the brew basket.
  2. Use a descaling solution specifically formulated for coffee-maker cleaning and follow the directions on the package. Fill the water reservoir up to, but not exceeding, the Max Fill line (50 oz.). OR Fill the water reservoir to the Travel Mug line (16 oz.) with white vinegar, then fill the rest of the reservoir with water up to, but not exceeding, the Max Fill line. IMPORTANT: Use only white vinegar.
  3. Once the water reservoir is filled with the cleaning solution and water mixture, press the CLEAN button. IMPORTANT: If you cancel the clean cycle, your machine will not be properly descaled.
  4. The clock will display and count down the remaining clean cycle time. It takes approximately 60 minutes to complete a full cycle. Your unit will deliver a small amount of cleaning solution to distribute through the system. It will then pause, deliver additional cleaning solution, and continue for 60 minutes. The extended pauses allow for maximum cleaning and descaling. IMPORTANT: DO NOT remove the carafe at any time during the clean cycle.
  5. Upon completion, the brewer will beep, the clock will display "End," and the CLEAN light will turn off.
  6. Empty and thoroughly clean the carafe and water reservoir with warm, soapy water to remove any cleaning solution that could affect the flavor of your coffee.
  7. Fill the reservoir with fresh water up to, but not exceeding, the Max Fill line and set the empty carafe beneath the brew basket.
  8. Flush the system by running a Full Carafe, Classic brew cycle with water only. After the cycle is complete, discard the water and thoroughly clean the carafe.


  9. NOTE: To cancel the clean cycle, press the Power button or CLEAN button once. The unit will beep and stop brewing through the cleaning mixture. Continue to follow the instructions starting at Step 6.
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How do I clean the coffee maker after a brew?
After the unit has cooled, remove the filter holder from the brew basket. If using a paper coffee filter, discard it. If using the permanent filter, hand-wash using warm, soapy water, or place on the top rack of the dishwasher.
Clean the frother whisk after each use. Hand-wash or place on the top rack of the dishwasher.
Hand-wash the carafe and brew-through lid. Use a bottle brush or a cloth to wash the inside of the carafe. DO NOT use a wire brush. The thermal carafe is NOT dishwasher safe.
Wipe down the main unit, showerhead, and water reservoir shelf with a damp, soft cloth. DO NOT immerse the brewer in water.
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How do I clean the thermal carafe?
We recommend cleaning the thermal carafe with warm, soapy water. If you want to clean the carafe more thoroughly, we recommend using a soft foam brush. DO NOT use a wire brush. The thermal carafe is NOT dishwasher safe.
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Which parts are dishwasher safe?
The glass carafe, brew-through lid, permanent filter, removable filter holder, water reservoir, flip-top lid, frother whisk, and scoop are top-rack dishwasher safe.
NOTE: The thermal carafe is NOT dishwasher safe.
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Clock & Delay Brew

How do I set Delay Brew?
Turn the unit on by pressing the Power button. The unit must remain on for the Delay Brew function to work. DO NOT turn power off after setting Delay Brew.

After filling the water reservoir and adding ground coffee to the filter, be sure the reservoir, filter, and brew basket are securely in place. Place the appropriate-sized vessel under the brew basket. Press DELAY BREW. DELAY BREW will illuminate and the clock will flash “12:00” or the last Delay Brew time that was set.

While the clock is flashing, press the hour (H) or minute (M) button to set the Delay Brew start time. The AM or PM indicator will illuminate on the left side of the display as you are setting your desired time. Once the proper time has been set, select your brew size and style. The selected brew size and style will remain illuminated.

Once the time, brew size, and brew style have been set, allow DELAY BREW to stop flashing, or press DELAY BREW to activate. When activated, the unit will beep and DELAY BREW and your selected options will remain illuminated. To cancel, press DELAY BREW again.

NOTE: If you attempt to change your selections while Delay Brew is set, the unit will beep and DELAY BREW will flash. To change your selections, cancel the Delay Brew and start the programming process again.
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How do I set the clock?
Once the system is plugged in and powered on, the clock on the control panel will flash to indicate that the time has not been set. Press the hour (H) or minute (M) button until you reach the current time. The AM or PM indicator will illuminate on the left side of the display as you are setting the time. After a 5-second pause, the clock will stop flashing and the clock will set.
NOTE: If the clock stops flashing and does not display the correct time, pressing the hour (H) or minute (M) button at any time will cause the clock to flash again. You can now reprogram the correct time by following the previous steps.
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Why is the Delay Brew button flashing/beeping when I interact with the control panel?
The unit is indiciating that the Delay Brew function has been set. To cancel, press the Delay Brew button or the Power button once. If pressing the Power button, the Delay Brew button will flash and beep for 5 seconds before Delay Brew cancels.
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Frother

What's the best milk to use for frothing?
For best results and to create the most froth using hot milk, we recommend using whole milk. For cold froth, we recommend skim milk.
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Does the frother produce both hot and cold froth?
Our integrated frother is capable of transforming hot or cold milk into a silky microfoam. For hot froth, the milk will need to either be preheated in the microwave for 45 to 60 seconds or simmered on a stovetop. Cold froth is made with cold milk and is an excellent addition to iced lattes or frozen blended drinks.
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Can I froth non-dairy milk, such as soy or almond milk?
Yes. While we recommend dairy milk for best performance, you can also froth soy or almond milk. For better results, warm soy milk before frothing.
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How do I install the whisk in the built-in frother? And how do I take it off?
To set up your frother, swing the frother arm from the back of the machine to the front until it locks into place. Install the whisk onto the integrated frother by pushing up the whisk and rotating it counterclockwise. There are also lock icons on the frother whisk to indicate which way to turn it to lock it in. To remove the frother whisk, twist it clockwise and pull down.
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How do I froth?
Pour milk into a cup until it is about 1/3 full (use more or less milk depending on your preference). For hot froth, microwave milk for 45 to 60 seconds. Move the frother to the ready position by swinging the frother arm toward the front. Hold the cup under the frother and submerge the whisk just below the surface of the milk. This allows air to fold into the milk, for the frothiest results. Press and hold the frothing button for 30 to 45 seconds. You can easily remove the whisk from the frother by twisting it clockwise. To avoid messes as you carry the whisk to your sink or dishwasher for cleaning, keep the cup under the whisk to catch any drips.

NOTE: When frothing during brewing, DO NOT reach across top of the brewer. Steam is released during the brewing processs and can result in a steam burn.
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How do I clean the frother whisk?
To avoid drips and spills, hold your cup below the whisk while you carry it to your sink or dishwasher for easy cleaning. The frother whisk is top-rack dishwasher safe.
We recommend that you either hand-wash the whisk or place it on the top rack of your dishwasher. We DO NOT recommend filling your cup with soapy water and immersing the frother in it while the frother is still attached to the coffee maker.
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General Information

Is there cord storage on the Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker?
You can store the cord inside the coffee maker by pushing the cord into the opening on the back of the unit.
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How do I calibrate the coffee maker for high altitudes?
Because water boils at lower temperatures at higher altitudes, running a calibration cycle before your first brew allows the unit to detect the boiling point of water at your location. Running a calibration cycle will help deliver a consistent brew each time.

Fill the water reservoir up to, but not exceeding, the Max Fill line. Place the empty filter holder in the brew basket, and an empty vessel under the brew basket. Press and hold both CLASSIC and OVER ICE until clock displays CAL. A calibration cycle will begin. When complete, the unit will beep and "End" will appear on the clock display. Discard the water in the vessel.

NOTE: Pressing the CLASSIC, OVER ICE, or Power button will cancel the calibration cycle.
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How do I find my unit's date code?
The 4-digit date code number is engraved on the outside of one of the metal prongs on the power cord plug. The Date Code tells you the date your unit was produced. For reference, see the diagram below:
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Where can I find my unit's model number?
The model number can be found on the bottom of your unit or in your Owner's Guide.
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Why is the CLEAN button/indicator illuminated?
The CLEAN light illuminates when you need to run a clean cycle. If the light is on and you have recently completed a clean cycle, you may need to run another cycle to remove additional mineral buildup that occurs naturally over time.
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Product Specifications

What are the dimensions of the Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker?
12.06 in. (L) x 8.94 in. (W) x 15.05 in. (H)
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What size paper filter fits in the brew basket?
The brew basket is designed to fit a #4 cone paper filter.
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Brewing

Are special coffee beans required?
No. However, a medium grind is recommended. DO NOT use fine- or espresso-ground coffee.
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Can I add more water to the reservoir while brewing?
We do not recommend adding water to the reservoir while the system is in use. Add water only if the clock displays the "Add" and "Wtr" messages during your brew. At that tiime, add water to the reservoir, then press your selected brew style to resume the brew.
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Can I brew teas in this coffee maker?
We do not recommend brewing teas in the Ninja® Specialty Coffee Maker. After brewing coffee, there will be coffee oils and flavors left in the brew basket that may effect the flavor of the tea. The Ninja Hot & Cold Brewed System has both coffee and tea brewing capabilities.
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Can I change brew settings after the brew cycle has begun?
You may select a different brew size or style within 5 seconds of starting a brew. Results will vary depending on the status of the current brew cycle. The only exception is Specialty brew, which cannot be changed be changed once the brew begins.
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Can I froth and brew at the same time?
Yes, you can froth and brew at the same time. However, when brewing is in process, DO NOT reach across the top of the brewer. Steam is released during the brewing process and can result in a steam burn.
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Can I use shaved ice or crushed ice for iced coffee or cold brew, or mut I use ice cubes?
For optimal brewing performance, use whole ice cubes when brewing Over Ice. Before brewing, fill your vessel to the top with ice cubes.
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Do I need to use a paper filter with the coffee permanent filter?
No, a paper filter and the permanent filter should NOT be used together when brewing coffee. Using both the permanent filter and a paper filter may cause clogging, and water and/or coffee may back up in brew basket.
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Do I need to use extra coffee for the different brew styles?
No, use the same amount of coffee for each brew style selected. Each brew type is designed to make the strength you need using the measurements denoted on the Ninja Smart Scoop.
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Do I need to use the brew-through lid in my carafe?
Yes, we recommend using the brew-through lid, as it helps maintain the carafe's temperature and deliver optimal flavor. If the lid is not used, or is not properly in place, heat could escape from the carafe, causing the coffee to cool rapidly.
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Does the coffee maker take pods?
This brewer is designed to brew coffee grounds only. DO NOT insert pods or K-Cups®* into the brew basket.

*K-Cup is a registered trademark of Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. Use of the K-Cup trademark does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.
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How can I pause the brew cycle to pour a cup?
When brewing a half or full carafe, move the drip stop to the closed position (denoted by the image of a water droplet with a slash through it) and pour a cup. Promptly replace the carafe and move the drip stop to the open position (denoted by the image of a water droplet) to complete the brew.
NOTE: If you forget to re-open the drip stop to resume the brew, the unit will pause the brew, and after 30 seconds it will give you a friendly audible reminder. After 5 minutes, the brew will be canceled.
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Is it okay to brew Over Ice in the glass and thermal carafes?
The Ninja® glass and thermal carafes are specially designed for both hot and Over Ice brewing. However, other glassware should not be used when brewing Over Ice. When making Over Ice in the carafe, fill it to the top with ice cubes and let your Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker do the rest.
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Is there an auto shutoff feature?
Yes. After one hour of inactivity, the system will power off.
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What brew size should I select for Specialty brew?
Specialty brew is Ninja's signature one-touch brew that is designed to deliver the same amount of coffee each time. Regardless of what size selection is illuminated, Specialty brew will deliver approximately 4 oz. of brewed coffee.
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What grind of coffee should I use?
A medium-grind coffee is recommended. DO NOT use fine- or espresso-ground coffee.
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What type of water should I use?
We recommend cool, fresh, filtered water for the best flavor. DO NOT use well water.
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Why does the brew basket drip after the brew cycle is complete?
Once the brew cycle is complete, move the drip stop to the closed position (denoted by the image of a water droplet with a slash through it) before removing your brewing vessel to avoid drips.
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Why is my Over Ice brew not brewed cold?
The Over Ice brew is designed to brew hot coffee over ice to lock in flavor for rich, smooth iced coffee. Make sure your cup, travel mug, or carafe is filled all the way to the top with ice cubes. We strongly recommend using whole ice cubes when making iced coffee. Shaved and crushed ice have different packing characteristics. Because of this, you should NOT use shaved or crushed ice, as the vessel used may overflow once coffee is brewed over the ice.

IMPORTANT: DO NOT use hot water in the water reservoir. We recommend cool, fresh, filtered water.
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Why are there instructions on the Ninja Smart Scoop?
The Ninja Smart Scoop takes the guesswork out of measuring. The numbers beside the icons show the number of scoops recommended for each brew size.
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Why is my brew cycle so slow?
Depending on your settings, your brew time will vary from around 4 minutes to 10 minutes.
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Why is my coffee too strong?
For milder coffee, use the Classic brew setting, use lighter-roast beans, or use a paper filter rather than the permanent filter. If you want an even milder flavor, you can use less ground coffee in the brew basket.
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Why is my coffee too weak?
For stronger coffee, use the Rich brew setting, try darker-roast beans, or use the permanent filter rather than a paper filter. If you want an even bolder flavor, you can add more ground coffee to the brew basket (additional grounds do absorb liquid, so you will get a smaller, more concentrated cup of coffee).
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Why is no coffee dispensing from the brew basket at the start of my brew?
Once you begin a brew, the unit will be quiet for a short period of time before it begins brewing. This process is used to evenly saturate the coffee grounds to provide an optimal cup of coffee.
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Why is there sediment in my coffee?
If using the permanent filter, the sediment at the bottom of the brewed coffee may be due to using finely ground coffee. To reduce the amount of sediment in the brewed coffee, use a slightly coarser grind or use a paper filter.
NOTE: We DO NOT recommended using a paper filter in conjunction with the permanent filter, as it may cause clogging, and water and/or coffee may back up in the filter basket.
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Why is there water left in the reservoir after a brew?
The water reservoir markings are minimum fill lines that indicate the amount of water needed for that brew size. However, all brew styles use different amounts of water to create the proper flavor and concentration, so occasionally some water may remain in the reservoir.
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How do I fill the water reservoir?
Use the hand grips to lift the water reservoir to the right and up off the brewer. The reservoir lid flips open for easy filling. Add cool, fresh, filtered water up to, but not exceeding, the Max Fill line. Return the water reservoir to the brewer by angling it into the holder and pushing in toward the brewer to lock into place. DO NOT fill the water reservoir with anything other than water, as other liquids may damage the brewer.
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How do I remove and insert the removable filter holder?
To remove, slide the brew basket out and lift the filter holder straight up from the brew basket. To reinsert, set the filter holder back into the brew basket. Once the filter holder is in place, slide the brew basket all the way in until it clicks into place.
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How do I clean my brewer before first use?
Wash the water reservoir, carafe, removable filter holders, and permanent filters in warm, soapy water with a soft cloth. Rinse all parts, and dry thoroughly.
Before first use, prime the system by running two Full Carafe, Classic brew cycles with water only. After each cycle is complete, discard the water.
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Product Care


This FAQ page is a great place to find info, tips and help. Just make sure you’ve read your Owner’s Guide before using your unit.

Cleaning

How do I clean and descale the Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker?
Purchase the Ninja Descaling Solution
  1. Select the Full Carafe size and set the empty carafe beneath the brew basket.
  2. Use a descaling solution specifically formulated for coffee-maker cleaning and follow the directions on the package. Fill the water reservoir up to, but not exceeding, the Max Fill line (50 oz.). OR Fill the water reservoir to the Travel Mug line (16 oz.) with white vinegar, then fill the rest of the reservoir with water up to, but not exceeding, the Max Fill line. IMPORTANT: Use only white vinegar.
  3. Once the water reservoir is filled with the cleaning solution and water mixture, press the CLEAN button. IMPORTANT: If you cancel the clean cycle, your machine will not be properly descaled.
  4. The clock will display and count down the remaining clean cycle time. It takes approximately 60 minutes to complete a full cycle. Your unit will deliver a small amount of cleaning solution to distribute through the system. It will then pause, deliver additional cleaning solution, and continue for 60 minutes. The extended pauses allow for maximum cleaning and descaling. IMPORTANT: DO NOT remove the carafe at any time during the clean cycle.
  5. Upon completion, the brewer will beep, the clock will display "End," and the CLEAN light will turn off.
  6. Empty and thoroughly clean the carafe and water reservoir with warm, soapy water to remove any cleaning solution that could affect the flavor of your coffee.
  7. Fill the reservoir with fresh water up to, but not exceeding, the Max Fill line and set the empty carafe beneath the brew basket.
  8. Flush the system by running a Full Carafe, Classic brew cycle with water only. After the cycle is complete, discard the water and thoroughly clean the carafe.


  9. NOTE: To cancel the clean cycle, press the Power button or CLEAN button once. The unit will beep and stop brewing through the cleaning mixture. Continue to follow the instructions starting at Step 6.
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How do I clean the coffee maker after a brew?
After the unit has cooled, remove the filter holder from the brew basket. If using a paper coffee filter, discard it. If using the permanent filter, hand-wash using warm, soapy water, or place on the top rack of the dishwasher.
Clean the frother whisk after each use. Hand-wash or place on the top rack of the dishwasher.
Hand-wash the carafe and brew-through lid. Use a bottle brush or a cloth to wash the inside of the carafe. DO NOT use a wire brush. The thermal carafe is NOT dishwasher safe.
Wipe down the main unit, showerhead, and water reservoir shelf with a damp, soft cloth. DO NOT immerse the brewer in water.
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How do I clean the thermal carafe?
We recommend cleaning the thermal carafe with warm, soapy water. If you want to clean the carafe more thoroughly, we recommend using a soft foam brush. DO NOT use a wire brush. The thermal carafe is NOT dishwasher safe.
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Which parts are dishwasher safe?
The glass carafe, brew-through lid, permanent filter, removable filter holder, water reservoir, flip-top lid, frother whisk, and scoop are top-rack dishwasher safe.
NOTE: The thermal carafe is NOT dishwasher safe.
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General Information

How do I calibrate the coffee maker for high altitudes?
Because water boils at lower temperatures at higher altitudes, running a calibration cycle before your first brew allows the unit to detect the boiling point of water at your location. Running a calibration cycle will help deliver a consistent brew each time.

Fill the water reservoir up to, but not exceeding, the Max Fill line. Place the empty filter holder in the brew basket, and an empty vessel under the brew basket. Press and hold both CLASSIC and OVER ICE until clock displays CAL. A calibration cycle will begin. When complete, the unit will beep and "End" will appear on the clock display. Discard the water in the vessel.

NOTE: Pressing the CLASSIC, OVER ICE, or Power button will cancel the calibration cycle.
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How do I find my unit's date code?
The 4-digit date code number is engraved on the outside of one of the metal prongs on the power cord plug. The Date Code tells you the date your unit was produced. For reference, see the diagram below:
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Where can I find my unit's model number?
The model number can be found on the bottom of your unit or in your Owner's Guide.
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Why is the CLEAN button/indicator illuminated?
The CLEAN light illuminates when you need to run a clean cycle. If the light is on and you have recently completed a clean cycle, you may need to run another cycle to remove additional mineral buildup that occurs naturally over time.
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How do I clean my brewer before first use?
Wash the water reservoir, carafe, removable filter holders, and permanent filters in warm, soapy water with a soft cloth. Rinse all parts, and dry thoroughly.
Before first use, prime the system by running two Full Carafe, Classic brew cycles with water only. After each cycle is complete, discard the water.
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Troubleshooting


This FAQ page is a great place to find info, tips and help. Just make sure you’ve read your Owner’s Guide before using your unit.

Cleaning

Why are there white particles, or film in my coffee and filter?
The white particles or film you are seeing may be mineral deposits coming from the water you're using. This is an indicator that your system needs to be cleaned.
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Why did the warming plate turn off so fast?
You can adjust the duration of time the Intelligent Warming Plate remains on, and/or make sure the temperature is set to "Hi".
  1. To do so, press and hold STAY WARM until the clock begins to flash the current Stay Warm duration.
  2. Quickly press the hour (H) or minute (M) button to increase the time up to 4 hours or to decrease the time down to 0 hours.
  3. Press STAY WARM to set the new time. Or wait 5 seconds, and the unit will beep, signifying the new time has been set.
  4. Next, the clock will display the current warming plate temperature. To keep the same temperature, press STAY WARM, or wait 5 seconds for the same temperature to lock in. To change the temperature, press the hour (H) or (M) button to increase or decrease the temperature. Then press STAY WARM, or wait 5 seconds for the temperature to lock in.
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Why did the clean light come back on too quickly?
The boiler may have scale (mineral buildup due to hard water) present. Be sure to use a cleaning solution (descaling solution for coffee-maker cleaning or white vinegar), and water when running a clean cycle.
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General Information

Why is my brew basket leaking?
There are multiple reasons the brew basket might be leaking:

Reason 1:
Using both the permanent filter and a paper filter together can cause grounds to clog, and water to back up in the filter holder. Use only the permanent filter, or a paper filter.

Reason 2:
Using too much ground coffee can cause the brew basket to overflow or leak.

Reason 3:
The brew basket may not be fully closed. To ensure the brew basket is fully closed, push it in until you feel a "click" or "bump."

Reason 4:
If the brew basket is dripping after the brew is complete, move the to the closed position (denoted by the image of a water droplet with a slash through it) before removing your brewing vessel to avoid drips.

Reason 5:
Check to see if there is a circular rubber gasket on the inside of the filter holder. If it is missing, that would cause the brew basket to leak. A new filter holder is needed.
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Brewing

Why does the clock display show "Add" "Wtr"?
The system does not have enough water in the reservoir to complete your brew. Add more fresh water to the reservoir, then press your selected brew style to resume the brew.
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Why does the clock display show "CLn"?
The system has detected that a clean cycle needs be run immediately to remove calcium scale buildup in the boiler. Be sure to use either white vinegar or a descaling solution designed for coffee-maker cleaning when running a clean cycle.
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Why does the clock display show "Er" then a number?
A component in the coffee maker has malfunctioned. Please follow the steps outlined in your Owner's Guide to reach out to the Customer Service team at 1-877-646-5288 to start a return/warranty claim. Be sure to keep your carafe and lid, filter holder, permanent filter (if applicable), frother, water reservoir and lid, and scoop.
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Why is my carafe of coffee cold?
You may need to adjust the duration of time that the Intelligent Warming Plate remains on, and/or make sure the temerature is set to "Hi".
  1. To do so, press and hold STAY WARM until the clock begins to flash the current Stay Warm duration.
  2. Quickly press the hour (H) or minute (M) button to increase the time up to 4 hours or to decrease the time down to 0 hours.
  3. Press STAY WARM to set the new time. Or wait 5 seconds, and the unit will beep, signifying the new time has been set.
  4. Next, the clock will display the current warming plate temperature. To keep the same temperature, press STAY WARM, or wait 5 seconds for the same temperature to lock in. To change the temperature, press the hour (H) or (M) button to increase or decrease the temperature. Then press STAY WARM, or wait 5 seconds for the temperature to lock in.
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Why do I get inconsistent brew volumes with the different brew styles?
Each size and brew type produces a different amount of coffee to optimize strength and taste. For example, Rich brew will yield less coffee than Classic Brew, while Over Ice produces a concentrated amount of coffee that is then poured over ice. Specialty brew will always produce 4 oz.
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Why did my vessel (cup or travel mug) overflow?
Regardless of your chosen brew style, ensure you are using at least a 12-oz. cup for the Cup size, 14-oz. cup for the XL Cup size, 16-oz. travel mug for the Travel Mug size, and 20-oz. travel mug for the XL Multi-Serve size.
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Why did my unit stop brewing?
During a brew, there will be a pause—that is ok. The pause is part of the preinfusion cycle that unlocks the full flavor of your coffee by evenly saturating the coffee grounds.
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Why did the majority of my ice melt when brewing Over Ice?
When brewing Over Ice, please do the following:

Be sure to fill your vessel to the top with whole iced cubes (not crushed or shaved ice) before brewing Over Ice.

Be sure you are using the correct-size vessel, and you are filling it to the top with ice cubes. (Use at least a 12-oz. cup for the Cup size, 14-oz. cup for the XL Cup size, 16-oz. travel mug for the Travel Mug size, and 20-oz. travel mug for the XL Multi-Serve size.)
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Why is my unit making a "gurgling" noise at the start of a coffee brew?
This is normal operation, as the boiler is heating up to brew your chosen beverage choice. If the unit steams and gurgles excessively throughout the entire brew, consider running an altitude calibration.
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Why was there a burst of steam from the brew basket during my first brew?
During your first brew, you may see a burst of steam from the brew basket. This is because the boiler is dry. After priming your unit with two Full Carafe, Classic Brew cycles with water only, the issue should no longer occur.
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Why is there not enough coffee in my cup?
Each size and brew type produces a different amount of coffee to optimize strength and taste. For example, Rich brew will yield less coffee than Classic brew, while Over Ice produces a concentrated amount of coffee that drips over ice to create an iced coffee that is never watered down. Specialty brew will always produce 4 oz.
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At the end of the power cord, there will be a 4-digit number engraved on the outside of one of the metal prongs. This is the date code of your unit, which tells you the date your unit was produced.