Coffee maker filter needed?

by Scott
(Virginia)


QUESTION:


Does my coffee maker need a filter? It’s a Cuisinart DGB-600BC 10 Cup Grind & Brew Coffee Maker it looks like it has one built in.


ANSWER:

Good for you...that’s an excellent coffee maker. And yes, it comes with a permanent gold tone filter basket included.

You don’t need to use paper filters with this brewer. Just add the ground coffee to the gold tone filter basket, empty it out after brewing and clean before the next use.

It’s pretty nice, because you never have to worry about running out of filters.

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May 31, 2009
not the grounds filter basket
by: pistachio

I am sure the note refers to a Water Filter that came with the coffee maker and is replacable

my suggestions,, pull the filter, throw it away and do not replace it.......

we aren't in a third world country, the water is fine,,,,

make some coffee

enjoy yourself!

pistachio

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