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Do you know that Hamilton Coffee Makers are User-Friendly?
Coffee makers have become part of our morning ritual; their first touch ensures that we have greeted the day. Finding the right coffee maker depends on many factors like the machine’s capacity, how to fill water, or what type of coffee it brews.
Either you are looking for a coffee maker that brews a single cup of coffee, or you want a coffee maker that can brew coffee for an entire family in a single brew, Hamilton has it all. Their coffee makers are perfect in design, size, and all features fit your coffee brewing needs.
Hamilton Coffee Makers
Different models are now available in this brand which offers numerous features. Hamilton offers everything from a single-serve coffee maker to 60-cup coffee urns, French press to automatic drip coffee makers. Expert engineers make their designs to fit your lifestyle and brew a perfect coffee cup for you.
How to Start Hamilton Beach Coffee Maker
Step 1-Before using the coffee maker, wash all removable parts in hot, soapy water. Rinse and dry them.
Step 2-Brew one cycle with water and discard it. If water overflows, unplug the coffee machine and allow it to cool down.
Step 3-To avoid hot coffee overflowing, fill the water reservoir with cold water with MIN 15 oz. (444 ml) and MAX 40 oz. (1.2 L).
Step 4-Insert funnel before single-serve pod holder.
Step 5-Fully insert cup or travel mug on the drip tray
Step 6-Never open the lid during the brewing process.
Step 7-Place a large mug on the drip tray/cup rest: Press BREW REG or BREW BOLD button.
Remember, if you fail to drain the unit, it can cause the next cup brewed to overflow.
How to Make Coffee in Hamilton Beach Coffee Maker
Step 1-Remove the carafe and fill water in it.
Step 2-Open the water reservoir lid and pour water into the reservoir.
Step 3- Replace the carafe on the keep hot plate.
Step 4-Open the brew basket lid and place a paper filter inside the basket.
Step 5-Add fresh ground coffee beans to the brew basket. Use one scoop for six ounces of water. One scoop equals two tablespoons.
Step 6-Switch “Brew Selector” to the carafe.
Step 7-Select preferred brew options.
Step 8-Press the “I/O” button to start brewing.
Step 9-Enjoy the perfect cup of coffee in your favorite coffee cup.
Tips for Using Hamilton Coffee Maker
Always use cold water in the water reservoir. Never use hot water.
Never use a coffee maker for reheating coffee maker.
It is not recommended to use creamer or non-dairy creamer in the water reservoir.
To avoid the clogging of piercing needles, brew a water-only cycle without a single-serve pack after brewing hot cocoa.
Remember coffee maker brews all the water that is added to it.
For stopping the brewing cycle midway, press the BREW NOW I/button again.
If your brew indicator light flashes three times, then the lid is not closed correctly. For that, lower the lid until it clicks to lock.
Never brew coffee without a removable needle holder locked into place.
How to Program Hamilton Beach Coffee Maker
Step 1-Time must be set before you program the coffee machine—Press and pulse the SET TIME button for the correct hour in AM or PM.
Step 2-Wait for three seconds now.
Step 3-Pulse or hold to set minutes.
Step 4-To program, press and hold the PROG button. Start Time is visible on display, and 19:99 flashes as default.
Step 5- While holding the PROG button, pulse the SET TIME button to set desired brewing hour in AM or PM.
Step 6-Wait 3 seconds; minutes will flash. Pulse to set minutes.
Step 7-Release the PROG button. Press and release PROG but
How to clean Hamilton beach, coffee maker
Step 1-Unplug and allow to cool.
Step 2-Hand wash all removable parts in hot, soapy water. Rinse and dry or wash in TOP RACK only of the dishwasher. DO NOT use the “SANI” setting when washing in the dishwasher. “SANI” cycle temperatures could damage your product.
Step 3-Wipe outside of the coffee maker with a soft, damp cloth.
The coffee maker will only give you the best coffee when its coffee grounds are accurately measured. The same goes for Hamilton as well. To enjoy a fresh coffee cup, measuring coffee grounds is vital.