36- cap Model
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Do not make less than 12 or more than 36 cups of coffee at one time
Put cover on coffee maker and plug into 120 volt ac grounded electric outlet ONLY. Your coffeemaker has a
short cord as a safety precaution If you must use an extension cod, be careful not to become entangled with the
cord. The electrical rating of the extension cord should be the same or more than the wattage of the coffeemaker
(wattage is stamped on coffeemaker base) This also applies when using an automatic timing device for the No
43536 12 to 36-Cup model Twist the "lock-on lid" in place on coffeemaker. To minimize coffee spills, especially if
coffeemaker is accidentally tipped over, make sure cover has been turned clockwise until it is complete y locked
into the slots. NOTE the arrows on the cover for correct turning. Care should still be used when moving the
coffeemaker, as the lock-on lid temporarily prevents most coffee from spilling if perk is tipped over
The coffeemaker will stop perking automatically (Each cup requires no longer than t minute brewing time). Coffee
is ready when light in base glows. Coffee will remain at serving temperature as long as coffeemaker is plugged in
(and/or if switch is "ON"). Before serving use a hot pad to unlock (No. 43536) or remove cover, stem, and basket
containing grounds. If not removed. bitter oils front the extracted grounds will drip into coffee. Replace cover.
When replacing the lock-on lid on Model No 43536, again, make sure it is completely locked into the handle slots
For cup-on-saucer filling, press faucet handle down. Release handle when filled. For a continuous flow when
filling a coffee server, lift handle straight up until it locks into open position. Lower handle when server is filled.
When about three cups of coffee remain in coffeemaker (or when coffee can no longer be seen in glass gauge),
unplug cord from wall outlet (and/or turn switch "OFF").
To reheat cold coffee, simply plug in coffeemaker (and/or turn switch "ON"). Be sure basket and stem are
removed. There must be at least 6 cups of coffee in coffeemaker to reheat
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING COFFEEMAKER
Regular Cleaning - after each use
Do not immerse coffeemaker in water.
Do not let water contact electrical parts in base.
Clean inside of coffeemaker by filling with hot water to about one third its capacity. Add detergent and wash
with a sponge or cloth. Scour the heating unit "well" (into which stem fits) with a nylon pad such as Dobie or
Scotch-Brite Cookware Scrub'n Sponge-'. Rinse thoroughly with dear hot water