DeLonghi DC50W Twenty Four Seven Drip Coffee Maker, White
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- Non-Stick warming plate for easy clean-up
- 4-cup (20 ounce) capacity
- Pause and serve function allows you to interrupt the brewing cycle and pour a cup of coffee.
- The push button control makes it easy to use.
- Cord storage makes storing the coffee maker easy
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The De'Longhi DC50W Twenty Four Seven Drip Coffee Maker features a shower head design that helps to extract your coffee's full, natural flavor by allowing water to completely saturate all coffee grounds, and it's pause and serve function allows you to interrupt the brewing cycle and pour a cup of coffee. It's push button control makes it easy to use and the easy-access filter basket with permanent washable filter makes removing the filter a snap.
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1) If you lift the lid while using the carafe to fill the reservior, you won't spill any water on the counter.
2) If you slide the carafe out of the machine slightly and wait a few seconds for the "brew pause" valve to
close and drip a few times, you won't drip coffee onto the hotplate surface.
3) If you pour slowly you won't spill coffee all over the countertop.
4) If you use paper melita filters in the basket, you will not only stop fine grinds from clogging the filter
and causing a backup, but you'll improve the taste.
5) It has no automatic shutoff because it is meant to keep the coffee hot after brewing. The hotplate has a
thermal switch that cycles on and off to keep the coffee hot but not burn it. This is what makes a click every
few minutes after brewing is completed. There is also a thermal safety fuse that would blow if the element ever
really overheated. Nothing intrinsically unsafe about this design.
My wife uses ours every day and has had no problems with it.
Update: I read the reviews of the DC50B, the same model in Black plastic and some people mentioned the brew pause valve sticks
open. If this is the case, ( you can hear / feel the mechanism click and stay open ) then the lever arm has a bit too much curve
in it and pushes the valve too far. Unsnap the arm from the main body ( note which way it goes in ) run the center pivot
section under hot water and uncurve it ( bend it backwards till it looks straight ) Keep it flat and hold it in a pot of cold water, then reinstall it. This should relieve the stresses and take some of the curve out. If it flattens too much and the
valve doesn't open enough ( possible but not very likely to happen ) then reheat it and curve it a bit the other way. You should be able to press the lever up against the body without the valve staying snapped open. It's just the nature of plastic
Update: If you're buying the Delonghi from iCompNY, you may actually be getting a DC51TTW ( at least this is what I received ) which is basically the same as The DC50W except it has a stainless steel thermal carafe, which has no measurement markings for cups, but can be used as a thermal mug to drink directly out of. Otherwise it's the same
water heating assembly. The unit I received was in a plastic bag ( not the original box ) with no instructions
or warranty cards and had a few small scratch marks, so it's not suitable for a gift but it works just fine for the