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CONSUMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT
SUNBEAM PRODUCTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 948389
MAITLAND, FL 32794-8389
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TO CLEAN MINERAL DEPOSITS FROM YOUR COFFEEMAKER
1. Pour four cups of undiluted white household vinegar into the water reservoir.
2. Place a paper ﬁlter into the removable ﬁlter basket and close the brew basket lid.
3. Place the empty decanter on the warming plate.
Make sure to center the decanter accurately on the warming plate to avoid the possibility
a. Press the ON button.
b. When three cups of vinegar have ﬂowed into the decanter, turn the Coffeemaker off
and let the vinegar stand for 30 minutes.
c. After 30 minutes, pour the vinegar from the decanter back into the coffeemaker reservoir
and place the empty decanter back on the warming plate.
d. Turn the coffeemaker back on to let all of the vinegar ﬂow through.
e. When the brew cycle is complete, turn the coffeemaker off and discard both the vinegar
and the paper ﬁlter.
4. To ﬂush out all traces of vinegar from the unit, brew 8 cups of water in the unit. Do not use
coffee grounds but DO use a ﬁlter in the brew basket. Repeat the process as necessary.
Hard water can leave a whitish stain on the decanter. Coffee and tea may then turn the stain brown.
O REMOVE DECANTER STAINS:
1. Fill each decanter with a solution of equal parts tap water and vinegar and let the solution stand
in the decanter for approximately 20 minutes.
2. Discard the solution and wash and rinse the decanter.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleansers that may scratch the decanter; scratches may cause the
decanter to break.