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Cuisinart SS-700 Single Serve Brewing System, Silver DISCONTINUED BY MANUFACTURER
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- Large 80-ounce removable water reservoir eliminates the need for frequent refills
- 5 cup sizes, including iced beverage setting and removable drip tray for tall travel mugs
- Fully programmable blue backlit LCD with digital clock, auto on/off and adjustable temperature
- Includes: My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter, charcoal water filter, 12 K-Cup Portion Pack and instruction book
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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The Cuisinart SS-700 Single-Serve Brewing System Perfect for both personal use and entertaining, this single-serve home-brewing system offers consumers fresh gourmet coffee, tea, hot cocoa and more in under one minute. Choose either 4, 6, 8, or 10 ounce from the icon on brewing size options. Using Keurig K-Cups & mdash; featuring over two hundred varieties of pre-measured, premium brand coffee and tea--this brewer’s innovative one-touch technology makes it easier than ever for consumers to enjoy a wide array of hot beverages. No matter which cup size you choose, the Cuisinart Single Serve Brewing System, working in conjunction with K-Cup, always produces the perfect cup every time. Using Your SS-700 Single-Server Brewing System The control panel will display OPEN HEAD while in idle mode. Place a cup or mug on the drip tray: the drip tray can be removed to accommodate travel mugs. Lift the handle. The brewing chamber will open toward you. Select a K-Cup Portion Pack (Do not remove the foil lid or puncture the K-Cup) Place the K-Cup in the brewing chamber. Lower the handle to close the brewing chamber. When closed completely, the control panel will indicate READY. All brew size icons will be displayed with the default size shown as a solid mug. To choose a different size use the up or the down button. Choose from 4, 6, 8, or 10 ounce brew sizes. Once a size is chosen, press Brew. Only the Brew button will be lit. The control panel will now display BREWING, as well as the serving size you selected. To use the iced beverage setting, place a tall glass filed with ice on the drip tray. Use your favorite K-Cup, select the iced beverage brew size (4 ounces) and press the brew button. Once brewing is complete, add more ice. Add cream and sugar if desired. One-Touch Control Panel Hot Water/Rinse Your brewer is equipped to dispense hot water to make hot chocolate, tea, soup and more. Your brewer is also equipped with a rinse cycle to flush out residual flavors. The rinse cycle will dispense about 4 ounces of hot water. To Rinse: Place a cup or mug on the drip tray. Lift the handle. The brewing chamber will open towards you; check to make sure there is no K-Cup inserted. Lower the handle to close the brewing chambers. When closed completely, the control panel will indicated READY. Press Rinse. During the rinse cycle, only the RINSE button will be lit. The control panel will display the word RINSE. Following the Rinse cycle, your brewer will automatically fill and heat in preparation for the next cycle. Once the heat cycle is completed, the RINSE and HOT WATER buttons will remain lit for one minute. While the buttons are lit, you can perform another rinse cycle or dispense hot water without opening the brew chamber. To Make Hot Water: Place a cup or mug on the drip tray. If you’ve just completed a rinse or hot water cycle proceed to step 4. Lift the handle. The brewing chamber will open towards you; check to make sure there is no K-Cup inserted. Lower the handle to close the brewing chamber. When closed completely, the control panel will indicate READY. All brew-size icons will be displayed with your default size shown as a solid mug. To choose a different size use the up or the down button. Press Hot Water. While the hot water cycle is in progress, only the hot water button will be lit. The control panel will display the words HOT WATER, as well as the serving size you selected. Following the cycle, your brewer will automatically fill and heat in preparation for the next cycle. After the heating cycle is completed, you can perform a rinse or another hot water cycle immediately for up to one minute. The RINSE and HOT WATER buttons will be lit. After this time the unit will return to idle mode and OPEN HEAD will be displayed. Brewing with the My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter The Cuisinart Single Serve Brewing System comes with a My K-Cup reusable coffee filter, which allows you to use your own ground coffee. The dishwasher safe, My K-Cup conveniently stores in the easy-open compartment. Open the storage compartment located on the right side of the brewer by pressing the finger indent. Disassemble the My K-Cup by turning the lid from the holder in a counter-clockwise direction. Remove the filter basket from the holder. Wash the My K-Cup lid, filter basket and holder in warm soapy water prior to use, making sure to rinse and dry thoroughly. All My K-Cup parts are dishwasher safe. Insert the filter basket into the holder. Fill the filter basket with ground coffee making sure not to fill past the top of the mesh. Adjust the amount to your personal preference. Do not tamp the grinds. Ensure there are no grinds remaining on the upper rim of the filter basket. Turn clock-wise to seal. Raise the handle and the brew chamber will open toward you. Remove the K-Cup holder from the brewing chamber by pulling toward you. Drop the assembled My K-Cup into the brewing chamber. Follow the brewing instructions . Following the brewing raise the handle and remove the K-Cup. Disassemble the My K-Cup by turning the lid from the holder in a counter-clockwise direction. Remove the filter basket from the holder, discard the grounds and rinse out the filter basket. Replace the K-Cup holder, ensuring the arrow on K-Cup rim aligns with the arrow on the brewing chamber. Gently push the K-Cup holder to snap into place. Special Programmable Features The brewer provides three ways for you to enjoy gourmet coffee, tea of hot cocoa on your own schedule. It will take the brewer approximately 3-1/2 minutes to warm up from room temperature. Leave it on all the time: The brewer can be left on all the time so that is it always ready to brew a fresh cup of gourmet coffee, tea or hot cocoa. To turn the brewer off at any time, simply press the power switch located on the right side of the brewer. Set the Brewer to AUTO OFF: This will automatically shut the brewer off after a specified period of time from the last brew. Program your Brewer for a specific ON and/or OFF TIME: By programming your brewer to turn on each morning, you will never have to wait for the brewer to warm up in order to brew a gourmet cup of coffee. Programming Brew Temperature: The brewer brews at a pre-set temperature of 192°F. If you prefer a cooler cup of coffee, hot water, tea, or cocoa, you may adjust this temperature down by 5 degrees. .
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Update: July 18, 2016
I know I said no updates if the unit is still good but I couldn't help but praise this product more. It has been absolutely on par and not a single issue with it. I do have something to add and maybe someone else has already commented on it but regardless here it is. Some have complained that it doesn't always provide the proper amount of liquid in the cup. Well, what is likely happening is that you've allowed the reservoir to get too low. After each brew it draws water from the reservoir to prepare for the next brew and if your reservoir is almost at the refill mark then it will only draw to that amount. The next time it brews you'll end up with a shortage. So, don't wait to refill the reservoir right when it get to the line...go ahead and refill when it is about an 1" from the mark. Never had a lack of fluid in any cup ever since I noticed this. Keep on enjoying this fabulous brewer!
EDIT: I was able to slowly get vinegar through the system. and after a few hours of waiting. The system is back up and running. So, Although getting a unit dead on arrive shows a very low standard for quality control. Especially since I see multiple reviews with the same issue. With a little google foo I got it working.
When I opened this device, I was SO excited. I'd never owned a Keurig before and this unit promised to give me access to any sort of cup I might want to use and make it all really easy. <3 <3 <3 I was in love.
At first, it was awesome. No problems, but I did notice some leakage on my counter behind the unit. Then it all started to go sideways on me. Suddenly Keurig wouldn't make coffee, he'd make a lot of awful sounds, but no coffee. Or he'd dispense less coffee than I ordered. Sometimes, he'd even give me twice as much as I wanted.
Days and days and days of fighting with this thing had me ready to send it back to Amazon. Until I lucked upon something incredibly tiny and incredibly stupid that I had missed -- Keurig had air bubbles in the line. Apparently that's a big design flaw with these units. Sooooo... I learned that if I tipped Keurig backward (just once, gently), I could move the air bubble to a place where it would come out and we'd get back to business as usual. I also learned that seating the water reservoir required a very gentle touch so as not to give it a reason to leak.
With these two problems solved, we've been going along swimmingly now for a couple of weeks. I love this machine and now that I can work it properly and understand its quirks, it makes my days so much easier.
If you're currently experiencing new Keurig problems, I'd advise the following actions:
Step 1: Check seating on reservoir if you see water leaking anywhere around the unit.
Step 2: Tilt the entire unit backward, just about 30 degrees, and gently so as not to make more air bubbles.
Step 3: Run the rinse cycle to see if the air bubble has moved (it will dispense water and air).
Step 4: If it's still being stubborn, sometimes opening the reservoir lid and squeezing the little clear elbow tube will increase the pressure enough in the unit to force the air out. Hold the tube for several seconds while running any cycle without a cup -- letting it go will allow the air to escape, so don't hold it long. Repeat several times as necessary if air is coming out.
When I got this machine, I was sure it was broken. But it wasn't, it was just gassy. So, if you give it some special attention, don't shake it up too much and learn how to move the air out of the system, it'll work beautifully. Also, I no longer remove the reservoir for regular fillings, instead filling it with water while still installed.
Cuisinart/Conair is a company that I will never purchase any other product from. I will let everyone know to stay far away from them as their practice of not taking responsibility on in warranty defective product and rather put the burden of it to the customer. They should have just sent out a new unit and issued a UPS call tag with freight prepaid for the defective unit to be sent back to them under their expense. Cuisinart/Conair have poor customer service practices.... To all thinking about purchasing their product, you have been warned..... Stick with a more reputable company.
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My third one in 7 years. Any of these SS-700s advertised as "New" I avoid buying.Read more