Quick Brew 12 & 10 Cup Coffee Makers USER GUIDE. 12 Cup Glass 10 Cup Thermal. Cafetière 12 et 10 Tasses à Infusion Rapide GUIDE DE L UTILISATEUR

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Quick Brew 12 & 10 Cup Coffee Makers USER GUIDE 12 Cup Glass 10 Cup Thermal Cafetière 12 tasses avec verseuse en verre Model HE120CMG Cafetière 10 tasses avec verseuse isolante Model HE100CMT Cafetière
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Quick Brew 12 & 10 Cup Coffee Makers USER GUIDE 12 Cup Glass 10 Cup Thermal Cafetière 12 tasses avec verseuse en verre Model HE120CMG Cafetière 10 tasses avec verseuse isolante Model HE100CMT Cafetière 12 et 10 Tasses à Infusion Rapide GUIDE DE L UTILISATEUR We know you are excited to begin using your coffee maker; this User Guide is designed to help you make the most of your new appliance. Be sure to carefully review this guide before using your coffee maker and keep it handy for future reference should you have any questions about your coffee maker s operation. Table of Contents Safety Instructions...page 1 Getting to Know Your Coffee Maker...page 7 Parts & Features... Control Panel and Digital Display Features...page 8 To Brew Coffee Immediately... Setting the Current Time Setting the AUTO Future Start Time To Start Brewing Coffee at an AUTO Future Brew Time Auto Pause and Serve Tips for Great Tasting Coffee... Cleaning and Care... page 14 Storage...page 15 Warranty...page 16 Table des matières Consignes de sécurité... page 20 Découvrez votre cafetière... page 26 Composantes et caractéristiques Panneau de contrôle et affichage numérique... page 27 Pour faire du café immédiatement Réglage de l heure Régler l heure de lancement AUTOMATIQUE Pour commencer à faire du café AUTOMATIQUEMENT plus tard Pause automatique et service Conseils pour un café délicieux Nettoyage et entretien... page 33 Rangement... page 34 Garantie... page 35 NOTE: If you have additional questions or concerns, or wish to return product(s), please contact Calphalon Customer Service at Please do not return this product to the store. Safety Instructions The safety instructions appearing in this guide are not meant to cover all possible situations that may occur. Caution must be exercised when installing, maintaining or operating this appliance. Contact your dealer, distributor, service agent or manufacturer with any issues you do not understand. Recognize Safety Messages Always read and obey the safety messages included in this guide. Look for the following safety symbols, which will alert you to potential hazards. WARNING Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death. CAUTION Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury. ATTENTION! The coffee maker may emit a slight odor as it heats up during the first few minutes of operation. This will dissipate quickly and is not a reason for concern. 1 2 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be observed, including the following: 1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS in this guide before attempting to operate your appliance. 2. This product is designed for household use only. Do not use appliance for other than its intended purpose. 3. Do not touch hot surface. Use handles or knobs only. 4. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. 5. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children. 6. Keep appliance at least 4 inches away from walls or other objects during operation. Do not place any objects on top of appliance while it is operating. Place the appliance on a surface that is resistant to heat. 7. Do not open the water reservoir lid while coffee is brewing. Scalding may occur if the water reservoir is removed or the lid is lifted or removed during the brewing cycle. 8. Do not use outdoors. 9. Unplug unit from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow unit to cool before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning. 10. To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse cord, plugs, or appliance in water or other liquids. 11. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance malfunctions, or has been damaged in any manner. Contact Calphalon Customer Service at for examination, repair, or adjustment. NOTE: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE UNIT YOURSELF. THIS WILL VOID THE WARRANTY. 12. The use of accessories not evaluated for use by Calphalon may result in fire, electrical shock or personal injury. 13. Never move the appliance by pulling the cord. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table or counter or touch hot surfaces. 14. Place the coffee maker on a table or flat surface. 15. Never operate your coffee maker without water in the water reservoir. 16. Do not place appliance on or near a hot gas or electric burner or in a heated oven. 17. Press the START/CANCEL button to turn the appliance OFF. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet when the appliance is not in use, or when there is no carafe in position on the base plate/warming plate. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REPAIR SHOULD BE DONE BY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. This appliance generates heat and escaping steam during use. Proper precautions must be taken to prevent the risk of burns, fires, or other injury to persons or damage to property. 1. All users of this appliance must read and understand this User Guide before operating or cleaning this appliance. 2. The cord to this appliance should be plugged into a 120V AC electrical outlet only. 3. Use water only in this appliance! Do not put any other liquids or food products in this appliance. Do not mix or add anything to the water placed in this appliance, except as instructed in the Descaling Instructions on page 15 to clean the appliance. 4. DO NOT attempt to move an appliance containing hot liquids. Allow appliance to cool completely before moving. 5. Keep appliance at least 4 inches away from walls or other objects during operation. Do not place any objects on top of appliance while it is operating. Place the appliance on a surface that is resistant to heat. 6. If this appliance begins to malfunction during use, press the AUTO/ CANCEL or the START/CANCEL button and unplug the cord. Do not use or attempt to repair the malfunctioning appliance. 3 7. If this appliance falls or accidentally becomes immersed in water or any other liquid, unplug it immediately. Do not reach into the water! Do not use this appliance after it has fallen into or has become immersed in water. 8. The appliance must be left to cool down sufficiently before adding more water to avoid exposure to steam. 9. Always use fresh, cool water in your appliance. Warm water or other liquids, except as listed in cleaning section, may cause damage to the appliance. 10. DO NOT put any carafe into a microwave oven. 11. DO NOT leave empty glass carafe on the warming plate when appliance is turned ON, as the carafe may crack or become otherwise damaged. To prevent injury when utilizing the auto pause and serve feature while the coffee maker is still brewing: Thermal Carafe Model HE100CMT: The thermal carafe (with lid locked) must be replaced on the base plate, under the filter holder within 30 seconds to prevent the filter holder from overflowing. Glass Carafe Model HE120CMG: The glass carafe (with lid closed) must be replaced on the warming plate, under the filter holder within 30 seconds to prevent the filter holder from overflowing. To avoid breakage of, or injury from the thermal carafe, follow these precautions: Never use the thermal carafe on a range top or in a microwave oven. Do not move entire unit when carafe contains hot liquid. Use the lid on the thermal carafe while brewing and pouring coffee. Discard carafe if damaged in any manner, or a carafe having a loose or weakened handle. Do not clean carafe with scouring powders, steel wool pads or other abrasive materials. This thermal carafe is designed for use with this coffee maker only. 4 To avoid breakage of, or injury from the glass carafe, follow these precautions: Do not set a hot glass carafe on a wet or cold surface. Do not place hot glass carafe on or near paper, cloth, or other flammable material. Never use the glass carafe on a range top or in a microwave oven. Do not allow liquid to evaporate from carafe. Do not heat carafe when empty. Do not move entire unit when carafe contains hot liquid. Use the lid on the glass carafe while brewing and pouring coffee. Discard carafe if damaged in any manner, or a carafe having a loose or weakened handle. A chip or crack could result in breakage or contaminate liquid contents with glass particles. Do not clean carafe with scouring powders, steel wool pads or other abrasive materials. This carafe is designed for use with this coffee maker only. 5 Electrical Requirements Avoid Electric Shock This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). To reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not modify the plug in any way. Short Cord Instructions Your Calphalon coffeemaker has a short power supply cord as a safety precaution to prevent personal injury or property damage resulting from becoming entangled with a longer cord. Do not allow children to be near this appliance without adult supervision. Longer detachable extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use. If an extension cord is used: 1. The marked electrical rating of the cord set or extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance. 2. The cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over unintentionally. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. 6 Getting to Know Your COFFEE maker with 10 Cup Thermal Carafe (Model HE100CMT) with 12 Cup Glass Carafe (Model HE120CMG) Parts and Features 1. Charcoal Filter Assembly helps remove impurities in water to brew a better tasting carafe of coffee. 2. Removable Water Reservoir with Handle easy to handle and refill. 3. Control Panel and Digital Display easy to read and operate Cup Glass Carafe with Lid (Model HE120CMG) Cup Thermal Carafe with Locking Lid (Model HE100CMT) keeps coffee hot and flavorful anywhere without remaining on the base plate. 6. Warming Plate (Model HE120CMG) 7. Coffee Measuring Spoon 8. Gold Tone Coffee Filter 9. Removable Filter Holder 10. Auto Pause and Serve Flow Valve remove carafe from the base plate/warming plate and dripping will cease. 11. Cord Storage Area 7 Control Panel and Digital Display Features 1. Auto/Cancel Button To program AUTO future brewing time and brew type. Press again to CANCEL automatic brewing. 2. SET Button To set/confirm current time and AUTO time. 3. MODE Button Press the MODE button to select the brew type and/or 1-4 Cup setting. 4. UP and DOWN Arrow Timer Buttons Press UP or DOWN arrow timer buttons to set current time and AUTO future brewing time. Arrows will advance time forward or back in 1-minute increments. Press and hold arrow timer buttons to fast advance. 5. START/Cancel Button Press START to begin brewing coffee immediately. BREW will appear on the digital display as the coffee maker begins to heat. Press again to cancel brewing. 6. Digital Clock Display with AM/PM Indicator Use UP and DOWN arrow timer buttons to set and display current time or to set AUTO future brewing time. 7. BREW will appear on the digital display as the coffee maker begins to brew coffee. 8. AUTO will appear on the digital display when the coffee maker is programmed to begin brewing at a future time. 9. READY (Model HE120CMG) will appear on the digital display as the coffee maker completes brewing and progresses to the 2-hour keep warm mode C Indicator Press the MODE button to select the brew type - when brewing fewer than 5 cups, select 1-4C. 11. BOLD Indicator Press the MODE button to select the brew type for a bolder extraction select BOLD. 8 Before the First Use To reduce risk of fire or electric shock, do not immerse cord, plug or appliance in water or any other liquid. 1. Before preparing coffee in your new coffee maker, thoroughly clean the removable water reservoir, carafe, carafe lid and removable filter holder in warm, soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly. Replace clean disassembled parts. NOTE: Do not dry the inside of the removable water reservoir with a cloth because this will leave a residue of lint and may clog the coffee maker. 2. Replace the removable filter holder into the coffee maker. The pause and serve flow valve, located on the bottom of the filter holder, sits down into the cavity. Press the filter holder down into place. The filter holder lid will be fully closed when properly assembled. 3. Clean the inside of the coffee maker by brewing 2 full carafes of clean, cool water. (See To Brew Coffee Immediately on page 10.) Do not place any filter or coffee in the removable filter holder for this initial cleaning. NOTE: At the end of the first brewing cycle, press the START/ CANCEL button to turn the coffee maker OFF and wait 10 minutes for the appliance to cool. Empty carafe and replace onto base plate/warming plate. Add fresh cool water to the water reservoir. Press the START/CANCEL button to turn the coffee maker ON. BREW will appear on the digital display as the coffee maker begins to heat; brew a second carafe. Discard water. 4. Assemble the charcoal filter. Open the filter cage on the bottom of the handle and insert the charcoal filter. Seat the charcoal filter assembly over the water valve on the base of the water reservoir. 5. Your coffee maker is now ready for use. 9 To Brew Coffee Immediately NOTE: The current time does not need to be set unless you are using AUTO future brewing time feature. 1. Lift the water reservoir lid. Grasp the folding handle and lift up to remove. 2. Make sure the charcoal filter assembly is seated over the water valve on the base of the water reservoir. 3. Fill water reservoir with cool, clean water to the desired level, then replace. Make sure removable water reservoir is filled, correctly positioned and in place before starting. Fold the water reservoir handle and close the water reservoir lid. NOTE: Do not exceed the MAX water fill line marked on the water reservoir. 4. Thermal Carafe Model HE100CMT: For optimal holding temperature, rinse the inside of the thermal carafe with warm water before brewing; empty and twist the locking lid until it is tightly closed. IMPORTANT: Before each brewing, always check to make sure the thermal carafe lid is properly secured. 5. Place the thermal carafe onto the base plate, making sure it is firmly set against the auto pause and serve flow valve. (See Parts and Features on page 7.) 6. Glass Carafe Model HE120CMG: Place the glass carafe onto the warming plate, making sure it is firmly set against the auto pause and serve flow valve. (See Parts and Features on page 7.) 7. Place the gold coffee filter (or paper filter) into the removable filter holder; add the desired amount of coffee grounds. Close the filter holder lid. 8. OPTIONAL: Press the MODE button to select brew type. When brewing fewer than 5 cups, select 1-4C. For bolder extraction select BOLD. 9. Press the START/CANCEL button. BREW will appear on the digital display as the coffee maker begins brewing. 10. Thermal Carafe Model HE100CMT: Once the brew cycle is complete, the coffee maker will turn itself OFF. The thermal carafe can be removed from the base plate. 11. Glass Carafe Model HE120CMG: READY will appear on the digital display when the coffee maker has completed brewing and is in the 2-hour keep warm mode. After 2 hours, the coffee maker will turn itself OFF. 10 To avoid burns and injury to persons, always keep the carafe lid on the carafe when pouring brewed coffee. Setting the Current Time NOTE: You do not need to set the current time if you are not using the AUTO future brewing time feature. 1. Plug the coffee maker into a 120V AC outlet. The display window will illuminate. 2. Press the SET button. 3. The HOUR and MINUTES display will begin to flash. Press the UP or DOWN arrow timer buttons to set the current time. Press the SET button again or wait for 5 seconds to confirm the correct time setting. NOTE: Press and hold arrow timer buttons to fast advance. Pay attention to the AM and PM display. If no buttons are pressed after 5 seconds, the displayed setting will be saved. Setting the AUTO Future Brew Start Time 1. Plug the coffee maker into a 120V AC outlet. The display window will illuminate. 2. If the current time is not already displayed, set following the procedures outlined previously. (See Setting the Current Time above.) 3. Press the AUTO/CANCEL button. The AUTO/CANCEL indicator light will illuminate. 4. The HOUR and MINUTES display will begin to flash. Press the UP or DOWN arrow timer buttons to set the current time. Press the SET button again or wait for 5 seconds to confirm the correct AUTO time setting. 5. OPTIONAL: Press MODE button to select BOLD or 1-4C settings. 6. AUTO will appear on the digital display 11 12 NOTE: Press and hold arrow timer buttons to fast advance. Pay attention to the AM and PM display. If no buttons are pressed after 5 seconds, the displayed AUTO time setting will be saved. To Begin Brewing Coffee After the AUTO Brew Time Has Been Set 1. Make sure removable water reservoir is filled, correctly positioned and in place before starting. 2. Place the gold coffee filter (or paper filter) into the removable filter holder; add the desired amount of coffee grounds. 3. At the AUTO programmed time, the coffee maker will turn itself ON automatically. BREW will appear on the digital display as the coffee maker begins to heat. Coffee will begin flowing into the carafe. 4. Thermal Carafe Model HE100CMT: Once the brew cycle is complete, the coffee maker will turn itself OFF. The thermal carafe can be removed from the base plate. 5. Glass Carafe Model HE120CMG: READY will appear on the digital display when the coffee maker has completed brewing and is in the 2-hour keep warm mode. After 2 hours, the coffee maker will turn itself OFF. NOTE: The amount of brewed coffee may be slightly less than the amount of water placed in the water reservoir, as some of the water is absorbed by the coffee grounds. IMPORTANT: To cancel the AUTO future brew time, press the AUTO/CANCEL button. 6. The AUTO feature turns off after brewing. To set for the next day at the same time, press the AUTO/CANCEL button after loading coffee and water. Auto Pause and Serve 1. To pour a cup of coffee before the brew cycle is complete, simply remove the carafe from the base plate/warming plate and pour. Brewing will continue but dripping will automatically pause. 2. Return the carafe to the base plate/warming plate within 30 seconds; dripping will resume. NOTE: Carafes must be placed and centered onto the base plate/ warming plate the carafe should rest firmly against the auto pause and serve assembly of the coffee maker. TIPS FOR GREAT-TASTING COFFEE 1. A clean coffee maker is essential for making great-tasting coffee. Clean your coffee maker regularly. (See Cleaning and Care on page 14.) 2. Always use fresh, cold water in the water reservoir. 3. Store unused coffee grounds in a cool, dry place. After opening a package of coffee grounds, reseal it tightly and store it in the refrigerator to maintain its freshness. 4. For an optimum coffee taste, buy whole coffee beans and grind just before brewing. 5. Do not reuse coffee grounds since this will greatly reduce the coffee flavor. 6. Coffee is at its peak flavor immediately after brewing. Reheating coffee is not recommended. 7. Clean the coffee maker when over-extraction causes oiliness. Small oil droplets on the surface of brewed, black coffee ar
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