Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker

“12 Cups of Gourmet Coffee at your Fingertips”

The Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker allows you to have a cup of gourmet coffee anytime. Having this coffee machine around also enables you to serve up to 12 cups of coffee to your guests. The Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker features a coffee gauge which indicates the number of cups you have left, alerting you to the need of making another batch of coffee. This Coffee Maker is sought after by coffee aficionados. This popularity is due to the Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker’s programmability function. Functions include an automatic power shut-off and adjustable time for warming.

Cuisinart Dcc-2000 Coffee-On-Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker

The Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker also amazes its users by its capability of eliminating the taste of burnt coffee even after you leave it steaming for several minutes. This machine actually just warms your coffee instead of cooking it. The Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker also retains your coffee’s freshness, right temperature and gourmet taste from your first cup down to your last cup.

You will surely love this Coffee Maker as it is very quiet when brewing. This machine is definitely unlike other Coffee Makers which make a rumbling sound when brewing. The Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker is easy to clean as well. All you have to do is retrieve its plastic tank containing the coffee and brew basket and just rinse it for thorough cleaning. The Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker’s state-of-the-art technology will surely suit you well as it makes gourmet coffee in just seconds. All you have to do is press a lever and just wait for the beep alarm when coffee is brewed. This machine weighs 9.4 pounds and measures 14.5 x 9 x 8.5 inches.

Problems with Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker

The Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker has received various complaints from its users. Most of the complaints are not on the taste of the coffee but on how it works which can be inconvenient to some users. Among complaints is the need for the entire lid to be flipped up whenever you put water and coffee as well as in cleaning it.

If you have a small kitchen counter or you put it under a kitchen cabinet, you have to pull it out first before you can flip up its lid. Water also tends to overflow while brewing and leaks when put on auto-brew even after its lever is pressed up. Other users also complained of its uncontrollable drip which usually starts in small drips up to dripping the whole 12 cups of coffee. The Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker’s coffee gauge can also be inaccurate at times.


Comments

  1. My DC-2000 has been acting quirky this week- flashing the clean button (even after I cleaned it) and not allowing me to set the time on the clock. I did a very deep descaling yesterday and the unit is functioning well again. My husband and I share coffee-making chores, and he does not feel the need to rinse the coffee reservoir after each use… out of sight- out of mind? I wipe off lid condensation (which is considerable) and clean the reservoir. I suspect it is the condensation working its way into the machine’s innards that kills the electronics of the machine eventually, as someone else mentioned.
    Um… the thing really does have a mind of its own though. We like it though, primarily because of NO carafe to break or clean… and the protracted hot nature of the brew inside the insulated tank reservoir. After an hour, the coffee does not taste like it’s been cooked.

  2. Dont bother trying to get a replacement if it is out of warranty. I tried. No matter how much vinegar cleaning i did, it will not start. Get a different coffee maker and chock it up.

  3. Has anyone gotten Cuisinart to replace this unit after the three year warranty has expired? Like so many of you, the power comes on ours but it doesn’t brew. Or it does brew, but only after several hours. But Cuisinart refuses to do a thing because the warranty has expired. All they offer are instructions on white vinegar cleaning, which we’ve done regularly from the day we purchased the unit. So I respectfully disagree with Marie, Cuisinart is NOT a great company. In fact, I have a mind to tell them where they can put their white vinegar!!!

  4. OK..Update on my previous post…I poured vinegar in it and let it sit…after 3 days the display came back on. After 4 days I could actually brew the vinegar through..I brewed it twice and have had no problems since. I am sure its just a matter of time. I was told by another friend that I should run vinegar thru at least once every 3 months..I am willing to try to save my coffee maker..I do love it so..

  5. Today, we just got given, this coffee maker for FREE at a garage sale, because when the guy plugged it in it wouldn’t work. He said that sometimes it would work, sometimes not. So far, the freebie wont work. So, Im gonna try the vinegar fix and see what happens. My husband was willing to take the thing apart, being free, and see if anything of the circuit board looked black. Nothing.. Let you know how it goes..

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