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kate ferguson

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at 10-31-2010 11:32am
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal

My coffee maker will not display the 12:00 clock setting when plugged in, it just displays flat lines. While the flat lines are up it will not let me turn anything on, no buttons will work?

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mjackson ♦ Kate,

I am not sure how long you have had the brewer or if you just got it. I don't know if you are stuck in a programming mode or if you display is broke. I do know the best people to call are at Cuisinart. They like and request to trouble shoot all of their machines. You should find then to be helpful and knowledgeable. Give them a call at 1-800-726-0190.

11-01-2010 9:17am |

arlene bye

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at 10-25-2010 4:19pm
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal

I need a new top for the piece that holds the coffee for the grinder?

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Mike Russo ♦ Arlene...Sorry we don not service or carry parts for Cuisinart brewers. You will need to contact Cuisinart directly at 1-800-726-0190 for this part. Any further questions feel free to contact support at www.wholelattelove.com. Enjoy your coffee.

10-25-2010 4:44pm |

Melissa Bickel

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at 10-22-2010 10:00am
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal

I have two issues: 1. There is about 3-4 cups water left in the reservoir after the brew cycle. 2. When I turn the coffee maker back on [with grind off] to finish brewing the remaining water, instead of beeping done, the grinder will turn on; the grinder randomly turns on after the brew cycle is over - even when it brews all the water.

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mjackson ♦ Melissa,

Cuisinart like to do all of the technical support for their machines. I am not sure exactly what issues you are having and I would suggest giving them a call. You will find them helpful and they should be able to help with your problem. Give them a call at 1-800-726-0190.

10-25-2010 8:20am |

Colleen Raby

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at 10-14-2010 1:06pm
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal

how does the spring for the basket door re-install???

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BaristaCorner Hello Colleen...I wish that I had an answer for you about how to re-install this spring, but I'm afraid that I will have to direct you to Cuisinart for this information. You can reach them at 800-726-0190. Thank you, Eric Black

10-15-2010 4:26pm |

Judy Haire

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at 05-12-2010 4:31pm
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal

What is the right amount of water and coffee for a great cup of coffee? Thanks, Judy

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DRuff Hello Judy. Thank you for visiting and thank you for your question. Most people will drink an 8oz to 12oz cup of coffee. 10oz to 12oz is the standard size coffee cup. A general guideline is to use 1 to 2 tablespoons of ground coffee for every six ounces of water. Most coffee makers will include a scoop which normally is one scoop for every 2 cups of coffee made or 1 scoop for every one cup made. Refer to your use manual for the best recommendation. Of course everybody’s personal preference is different so I would suggest doing a little experimentation with the coffee to water volume measurements until you find a combo that best suites your pallet. Follow these guidelines and then put your own twist on them. Hope this helps and happy brewing!

05-14-2010 2:33pm |

Marina Reynoso

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at 03-24-2006 10:10pm
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal

How often does the charcoal filter need to be changed?

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Whole Latte Love Staff Cuisinart recommends changing the water filter every 60 days or 60 uses. In addition, if your water is particularly hard, you may want to change it more frequently.

03-24-2006 10:10pm |

Elizabeth Fink

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at 03-12-2006 8:50am
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal

Hello, I have had this Grind n' Brew for 5 months and its my first coffeemaker. But, I still cannot get my coffee to come out in the perfect consistency, it always manages to be watery and bland. Please help! How can I make a good pot of coffee using this lovely piece of machinery?

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Whole Latte Love Staff There are a couple things I can recommend to get better tasting coffee. The first is to make sure you’re using enough whole beans - Cuisinart recommends using 1 level scoop (the scoop they provided in the box) per cup of coffee you’re brewing. You can even go so far as to fill the grinder all the way to the top. In addition, you may want to add slightly less water to the machine before brewing, as this will help to produce a stronger brew. If you’ve tried these things and continue having problems, I would recommend contacting Cuisinart directly at 800-726-0190.

03-12-2006 8:50am |

Deb nelson

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at 03-08-2006 7:01am
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Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal

All of a sudden my grind and brew coffee maker is making a horrible mess. I have cleaned the removable components and tried to brew 4 pots of coffee with the same results....coffee running everywhere but in the pot. The lid is in place on the grounds container, so I don't know what else is causing this problem. Any suggestions? The coffee maker has only been used about 20 times.

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Whole Latte Love Staff There are a couple things you should you check to see if you can remedy the problem. The first is the carafe lid - it must be in the "lock" position for the machine to brew properly. The second is the filter holder. This piece has a spring-loaded stopper in the bottom of it that gets pressed up by the carafe lid (when it’s in place) and allows coffee to drip through. If this stopper is stuck, it would cause the problems you’re describing - try removing it and cleaning it thoroughly to remove any residues that may be affecting the stopper. If you’ve tried these things and are still experiencing difficulty, I would recommend contacting Cuisinart directly at 800-726-0190 for further assistance.

03-08-2006 7:01am |

frank levy

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at 01-28-2006 6:16pm
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Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal

I can't get the grinder out of my grind and brew coffee maker, in order to clean it.

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Whole Latte Love Staff It sounds like the grinder may be stuck due to excess coffee oils that haven’t been cleaned away. For detailed instructions on how to proceed, I would recommend contacting Cuisinart directly at 800-726-0190.

01-28-2006 6:16pm |

Ronda Roberts

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at 01-09-2006 5:29pm
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal
Cuisinart DGB-600 Grind & Brew Thermal

Should my Cuisinart Grind and Brew grind beans with the timer or do I have to grind the beans ahead of time?

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Whole Latte Love Staff If you have set a programmed brew time, the machine will automatically grind your beans and brew using those grounds at the set time. You will simply need to add whole beans to the grinder unit the night before when you fill the water reservoir. You can also brew at the programmed time using preground coffee if you prefer, by pressing the "Grind off" button before the programmed brew time.

01-09-2006 5:29pm |

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