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I am looking for a charcoal filter #69768 for my coffeemaker model #80666 where can I order?

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If anyone is looking for the Kenmore Coffee Water Filter model 69768 - Sears / Kmart re-branded the filter under the Cuisinart name making them near impossible to find under the Kenmore name. HERE is the link to order them under the Cuisinart name at SEARS (its the EXACT same filter and they come 2 to a pack)

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00869768000P

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I need a replacement filter for my kenmore coffee maker item#69768


If anyone is looking for the Kenmore Coffee Water Filter model 69768 - Sears / Kmart re-branded the filter under the Cuisinart name making them near impossible to find under the Kenmore name. HERE is the link to order them under the Cuisinart name at SEARS (its the EXACT same filter and they come 2 to a pack)

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00869768000P

Nov 13, 2010 | Kenmore DCC-KE12 Coffee Maker

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I lost my manual and don't know how to clean the machine. I have hard water so there are deposits near the water tank.


Instructions vary a bit according to machine, but a safe bet is to use a mix of 1/3 white vinegar to 2/3 water. If you are uncertain, you can always type the name or model number for the coffeemaker into a search engine along with the words "owner's manual" or "user guide" or words to that effect. The other option is to visit the manufacturer website. There should be a search box or a "support" section of the website where you can look up your coffeemaker and view a PDF of the owner's guide (the PDF will either download to your desktop or open in your web browser).
In general:
1) Put the filter basket in place and set the machine up as if you were going to brew coffee. 2) If there is a charcoal water purification filter in the machine, take it out.* 3) Run the aforementioned vinegar solution through as if you were brewing coffee. (Just hit the brew button after adding at least 6 carafe cups of diluted white vinegar.) 4) Wait about 10-15 minutes to let the machine cool down and then "brew" the vinegar solution through again if it has been a long while and the deposits are particularly severe. (Note: Some owner's manual will have you pour the vinegar that is in your carafe back into the water tank and run it again, and others will call for you to discard the first batch and brew through a fresh solution.) 5) Follow the same instructions as written above but this time with a full carafe of fresh water (no vinegar). Repeat 2-3 times to rinse out the vinegar odor/taste. 6) To clean your carafe use hot water, baking soda and vinegar. Place the carafe in the sink, fill with hot water, pour in some baking soda and add in a 1/4 cup or so of white vinegar. The foaming action will help release stains and stale coffee odors. If the stains are particularly severe, dissolve a tablespoon or so of liquid dishwasher detergent in extremely hot water — be careful! — and pour it into the carafe. Let it soak for an hour or overnight and rinse with hot water about 4-6 times to make sure the solution is entirely rinsed out.
* Tip: If your coffeemaker has a water purification filter, do not reinstall after cleaning your machine if you can't recall the last time you replaced it. A worn out charcoal filter cannot be cleaned, may slow down the brew speed or make the coffee taste "off". The only option is to remove or replace it with a fresh water filter. This is only applicable if your coffeemaker came with a charcoal water filter. If present, you will typically find it inside the water tank inside a plastic holder of some sort.
Good luck!

Mar 05, 2010 | Starbucks Barista Quattro Coffee Maker

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My kenmore 12 - cup coffeemaker, model # 80666 is beeping every few minutes. I hit the brew button but nothing happens


In the manual that came with the coffee maker, the beeping is the freshness alert. When coffee is finished brewing it beeps 5 times. Every 15 minutes it beeps to let you know your coffee is 15 minutes less fresh! I just purchased this coffee maker and was looking on here how to dis-assemble the beeper. Whomever came up with the "freshness beeper" on a coffee pot needs a new job! Usually when I make coffee the whole house is asleep, now the beeping is waking everyone up! Very frustrated with this coffee pot!

Nov 02, 2009 | Kenmore Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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NO...I am looking for a KenmoreFilter # 69768 Purshase at Sears and they DO NOT carry the filters.Its time to change the water Filter. Please see if you can help me. Wanda V.Neal wanda_v_neal@hotmail.com


If anyone is looking for the Kenmore Coffee Water Filter model 69768 - Sears / Kmart re-branded the filter under the Cuisinart name making them near impossible to find under the Kenmore name. HERE is the link to order them under the Cuisinart name at SEARS (its the EXACT same filter and they come 2 to a pack)

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00869768000P

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Coffee not tasting good


To make the self-clean light go off, just unplug the coffeemaker for longer than 20 minutes. As far as not tasting right, did you try flushing the vinegar out of the coffeemaker using plain water, or water mixed with 1 tbsp lemon juice per cup? Also, get rid of your current charcoal water filter - after time, it will disintegrate, and your coffee will have a hint of charcoal.

Apr 11, 2009 | Cuisinart DCC-1200 Coffee Maker

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Find water filter replacement part # 69768 for Kenmore Coffeemake


I returned the coffeemaker to the Store where I purchased it and exchanged it for a model by a different manufacturer which contained clear instructions as to how and where to obtain replacement parts.

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Cuisinart dcc-1150 coffeemaker


To replace water filter: Pull water filter holder out of reservoir, snap open, insert new charcoal water filters (can be ordered from Cuisinart or purchased froma store like william-Sonoma)

To clean machine: Run 2 cups water and 2 cups distilled white vinegar through machine like you would normal coffee.

To get rid of annoying self-clean lite: unplug machine from wall outlet for 20 minutes or longer.

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Kenmore Elite coffeemaker water filter


http://www.kenmore.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00869768000P?filter=Price%7C%240-260%5E&vName=Appliances&cName=Small+Kitchen+Appliances&sName=Coffee%2C+Espresso+%26+Tea+Makers

Try here. Hope this helps.

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