Cuisinart is a “universally recognized name,” according to the Cuisinart website. Julia Child and James Beard use their food processor, which they first introduced in 1973.
Today, Cuisinart offers a full line of appliances including coffee makers. Cuisinart has a variety of coffee systems like single serve, espresso makers and programmable coffee systems.
If you have a Cuisinart programmable coffeemaker, setting the timer for coffee is just a few simple steps.
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• Set the correct time. When the coffeemaker is plugged in, 12:00 will appear in the time bar as the default time. Hold down the hour or minute button until 12:00 begins to flash.
Press and hold the hour button until the correct hour appears. The PM button will light to indicate the hour is PM Press and hold the minute button until the correct minute is displayed.
You can also press and release the button continuously until you reach the desired number.
•Exit time set mode. There are two ways to exit the time setting mode. You can press another function button and it will automatically exit the time setting mode, or you can leave the buttons alone and after five seconds, the time is set.
•Adjustment of the program time. Press and hold the program button. The green light and the LCD screen will flash.
Press and hold the hour button until you reach the desired hour. You can press the hours one at a time near the desired time.
Press the minute button until you reach the desired minute.
•Exit the system program time mode. Press the program set button again to exit the mode.
You can also press any other function button except the hour and minute buttons, or do nothing and after five seconds the program time mode exits and occupies your programmed time.
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