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Istruzioni per l'uso Mr. Coffee, Modello TM1

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1 Quart* 3 – 5 regular bags or 1 – 3 level Tbsp. 3 – 4 coffee scoops or 6 – 8 level Tbsp. of loose tea *When brewing only 1 quart of tea, fill the water and ice levels to half the amount used for 2 quarts. Helpful Hints 1. Use more or less tea or coffee to suit your taste. Additional tea bags may be needed when using herbal tea. 2. If your ice supply is low, you can substitute with cold tap water. After filling the water reservoir with the proper amount of water, refill the pitcher with cold tap water a second time to the desired WATER level. Refrigerate to chill. 3. Tea may turn cloudy as it chills due to the tannic acids found in tea. Higher quality teas will contain more tannic acids than others. Using less tea will reduce the cloudiness. 4. For extra flavor, try adding several bags of herbal or flavored tea to your brew. 5. For excellent iced coffee, try dark roast coffee or any other flavored coffee. To Brew Iced Tea Please refer to Pages 5 and 6 for Diagram of Parts and Instructional Illustrations. 1. Fill the water pitcher with tap water to the desired capacity. (When brewing only 1 Quart, fill to half the amount used for 2 Quarts). Do Not Overfill. WARNING:To prevent injury from hot steam, do not plug the unit in until water is in the reservoir and the pitcher is in place. 2. Pour the water into the water reservoir. 3. Fill the pitcher with ice cubes to the desired capacity as marked on the pitcher. (When brewing only 1 Quart, fill to half the amount used for 2 Quarts). 4. Place the steeping basket on top of the pitcher (See Figure F). 5. Place a 8-12 cup basket size MR. COFFEE® paper filter into the steeping basket. 7 6.Put desired amount of tea bags or loose tea into the filter. (See Tea and Coffee Measurement Chart listed previously). Sugar, lemon or other flavorings can also be added at this time. For best results use 1 ounce or 2 Tbsp. of sugar. When using loose tea, add 2 ounces or 4 Tbsp. of sugar. These amounts will completely dissolve in the pitcher during the brewing cycle. If you should desire more sugar, add it directly into the pitcher after brewing. It may be helpful when using loose tea, to use two filters. Place one filter on the bottom of the steeping basket. Place desired amount of loose tea (and sugar) into filter. Nest the second filter on top of the loose tea (and sugar). Only 8-12 cup basket filters should be used. Place steeping lid on top of steeping basket. CAUTION: Do not operate the machine unless the pitcher and steeping basket with lid on are pushed snug against the machine. Otherwise, hot water and steam could escape. 7.Plug the power cord into the electrical outlet and push the ON button to begin the brewing cycle (See Figure D). The indicator light will illuminate to let you know the machine is on. NOTE: If you wish to turn the machine off during the brewing cycle, grasp the molded plug and unplug the power cord. 8.When the brewing cycle is completed, the unit will shut off automatically. The indicator light will go out to let you know the brewing cycle is completed. 9.Slide the pitcher away from the machine (See Figure D). CAUTION: Some residual steam may escape from the machine when the cycle is complete. For your safety, please slide the pitcher away from the machine before you continue. 10.When the tea has drained, remove the steeping basket and replace it with the pitcher lid.You are now ready to serve refreshingly cold iced tea. 11.Discard the contents of the steeping basket. Rinse out the steeping basket and lid with water after each use. 12.If you have left over tea, cover the pitcher with the pitcher lid and store it in the refrigerator. 13.When the machine is not in use, the pitcher stores upside down on the machine (See Figure E on Page 6). To Brew Iced Coffee Follow the instructions for iced tea using the suggested amount of coffee in the chart listed on Page 7. CAUTION: Decaffeinated coffee, particularly when used with chemically softened water, can cause slower filtration. 8 Daily Care To maintain the quality of all parts and minimize tea stains, we recommend washing the pitcher, pitcher lid, steeping basket and lid with warm water and a mild detergent, regularly. THESE ITEMS ARE NOT DISHWASHER SAFE. Hard water can leave whitish mineral deposits inside the pitcher and steeping basket. Tea and coffee discolor these deposits. To remove, fill the basket and pitcher with warm white vinegar and let it soak for about 20 minutes. Do not use harsh, abrasive cleaners. They will cause scratches which can lead to breakage. Deliming This unit must be delimed when you begin to notice an increase in steaming or if the pumping action stops before all the water has been pumped out of the machine. The frequency of cleaning depends on the hardness of water used. Listed below are the suggested cleaning intervals. SUGGESTED Type of Water Cleaning Frequency CLEANING Soft Water Every 80 Brew Cycles INTERVAL Hard Water Every 40 Brew Cycles This iced tea maker may be delimed us...

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