Use caution while operating the coffee urn. The urn operates at a high temperature, and
presents a hot exterior. Both the jacket water and coffee are capable of producing scalding
injuries. Failure to observe safety precautions may result in serious burn injury to personnel.
1. Ensure that water and power supply are connected to urn (1).
2. Ensure that urn (1) is clean and well rinsed.
3. Turn the thermostat knob (2) in front of housing to BREW position. The pilot light (3) on top of
thermostat bezel will illuminate. Water in urn will heat up, and thermometer (4) pointer will rise to high
end of BREW zone on thermometer dial. It will take approximately 45-minutes to heat water,
depending on inlet water temperature, and urn heater wattage. Pilot light on top of thermostat bezel
will go out when water in urn is at brew temperature.
Always be sure to thoroughly rinse the urn liner between batches, and brew and discard at
least one batch of water before commencing operation for the day.
4. Brew and discard at least one batch of water.
5. Place filter paper in brew basket (5) with designated amount of coffee grounds. Make certain you have
a level bed of coffee.
6. Replace cover (6), then lift and rotate the spray arm (7) to position the nozzle in the hole on the basket
7. Set the batch size toggle (8) for a full or half batch. Press the start button (9) on timer.
8. The brew cycle takes approximately 2 to 15-minutes depending on the size of the batch. When the
brew is finished, allow one to two minutes for the coffee to drip from the basket.
9. When the drip period is complete, rotate (Stop # 6 centers the spray arm) the spray arm (7) and
remove the basket (5) to throw away the grounds. Replace the liner cover (6) to keep the coffee hot.
10. Hold brewed coffee at 1850F to 1900F by turning to the HOLD setting on thermostat knob (2).
11. Dispense coffee and hot water through the faucets (10).