Hello! Today we will walk you through how to clean the sprayhead on your My Cafe. Mineral deposits and loose coffee or tea granules may clog the sprayhead on your My Cafe, causing the brew cycle to slow. We recommend cleaning your spray head every 2-4 weeks to remove any impurities that may have accumulated. Items you’ll need to clean your sprayhead are: a toothpick, a soft cloth, and mild detergent. First, unplug the brewer and allow it to cool for at least one hour. After your machine has cooled, it is time to remove the sprayhead and seal. You’ll first need to remove the drawer. Next, rotate the sprayhead and seal until they are both removed. Once removed, you’ll want to check the sprayhead holes. If the holes are plugged with mineral deposits or white flakes, remove the deposits with a toothpick. After you’ve removed the deposits from the sprayhead holes, you’ll want to clean the sprayhead seal with a cloth and mild detergent. Rinse with water after you’ve cleansed the sprayhead and seal. During cleaning, your sprayhead and seal may have become separated. They must be reassembled properly for your My Cafe to function. To reassemble, first identify the top of the seal. It will have rough ridges while the bottom is smooth. Next, identify the top of the sprayhead. The top will have a spray pattern and a threaded hole where it attaches to the brewer. Guide the sprayhead into the channel of the seal. After properly assembling the sprayhead and seal, you can reinstall the sprayhead on the brewer. Rotate the sprayhead until finger tight. Next, replace the drawer. Finally, re-plug in the brewer. Congratulations! You’ve just cleaned the sprayhead on your My Cafe. For additional information, please see your use and care manual or visit our website, bunnathome.com.
Preserve the quality taste of your hot coffee or tea by keeping the sprayhead on your My Cafe clean! This simple tutorial shows you the step-by-step process required for a thorough cleaning.