As of 2015, Bunn does not make a self-cleaning coffee maker. Bunn coffeemakers should be cleaned every three months to remove mineral deposits. Detailed cleaning instruction videos are available at More » Home & Garden Appliances Small Kitchen Appliances

Repairs for a Bunn coffee maker vary depending on the issue but may include running water through the device, deliming the coffee maker, cleaning the sprayhead and removing the lid. If the Bunn coffee maker's warranty is... More » Home & Garden Appliances Small Kitchen Appliances

A Bunn coffeemaker may leak because of improper maintenance, mineral deposits, or normal wear and tear, the manufacturer's website states. Seals and gaskets break down over time, which can lead to leaks. Routine cleaning... More » Home & Garden Appliances

Bunn coffee maker replacement parts are available on the Bunn website for home brewers and commercial machines. For home brewers, consumers can purchase replacement carafes, brew screens, brew funnels and pod drawers for... More »

Consumers can find replacement parts for their Bunn coffee makers on the Bunn website. Bunn sells both single- and multi-cup coffee brewers for home use as well as a variety of commercial products. More » Home & Garden Appliances Small Kitchen Appliances

For a Bunn 12-cup coffee maker, and other traditional auto drip coffee makers, use roughly 9 level tablespoons of coffee for a full pot. With automatic drip machines, like other coffee machines, use slightly more or less... More »

A Bunn coffee pot may leak due to improper care and maintenance or regular wear and tear, including the breakdown of seals and gaskets within a brewer that naturally occurs over time. An accumulation of mineral deposit f... More » Home & Garden Appliances Small Kitchen Appliances