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It does not come with either a travel mug or a mannequin's right hand to hold it.
Al L.
· December 16, 2014
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I don't actually see where it says "ultra," but there are a few minor differences between the 48464 and the 48465. The Hamilton Beach 48465 has more stainless steel parts and fewer plastic components, making it sleeker and sturdier. It also has iced coffee and automatic morning brewing features in addition to all of th… see more I don't actually see where it says "ultra," but there are a few minor differences between the 48464 and the 48465. The Hamilton Beach 48465 has more stainless steel parts and fewer plastic components, making it sleeker and sturdier. It also has iced coffee and automatic morning brewing features in addition to all of the 48464’s already existing programmable settings. Other than that, the two models are virtually identical. see less I don't actually see where it says "ultra," but there are a few minor differences between the 48464 and the 48465. The Hamilton Beach 48465 has more stainless steel parts and fewer plastic components, making it sleeker and sturdier. It also has iced coffee and automatic morning brewing features in addition to all of the 48464’s already existing programmable settings. Other than that, the two models are virtually identical.
Mattith-yahu
· September 23, 2018
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Actually it DOES reheat old coffee. You just press and hold the on/off switch for about 3 sec until it clicks and the light pops on😜
Cmal
· September 23, 2021
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I no longer trust my 47950 coffee maker to run unattended after finding water all over my counter top. I don't even fill up the Removable Water Reservoir until I'm ready to run the coffee maker. So I can't use the programing feature.
Beachmom
· September 20, 2021
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This coffee maker will brew up to 12 cups of coffee - IF you consider a CUP as a 6-ounce cup. We really get only 6 mugs of coffee from this one full pot.
Also, I am not sure why people are referring to a side button that lets you select 1-4 or 1-3 cups. This model has no such button.
Sounds as though the person askin… see more
This coffee maker will brew up to 12 cups of coffee - IF you consider a CUP as a 6-ounce cup. We really get only 6 mugs of coffee from this one full pot.
Also, I am not sure why people are referring to a side button that lets you select 1-4 or 1-3 cups. This model has no such button.
Sounds as though the person asking the question should spring for a coffee maker that takes the single serving pods. see less
This coffee maker will brew up to 12 cups of coffee - IF you consider a CUP as a 6-ounce cup. We really get only 6 mugs of coffee from this one full pot.
Also, I am not sure why people are referring to a side button that lets you select 1-4 or 1-3 cups. This model has no such button.
Sounds as though the person asking the question should spring for a coffee maker that takes the single serving pods.

doctor don
· March 24, 2019
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Yes, you can reset it for more hours from 1-4 again after it stops. Press the on/off for 3 seconds and reset for 1-4 more hours.
Joann W. Langley
· January 19, 2014
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1. Do not fill coffee tank beyond the 6-cup line. Note: brew double strength for iced coffee. e.i.-instead of one Tbsp of ground coffee per cup, it would be 2 Tbsp per cup. 2. Fill coffee tank with ice to the 10 CUP marking line. 3. Set KEEP WARM HOURS to O. Press ON/OFF or O. 4. Press coffee dispensing bar with glass… see more 1. Do not fill coffee tank beyond the 6-cup line. Note: brew double strength for iced coffee. e.i.-instead of one Tbsp of ground coffee per cup, it would be 2 Tbsp per cup. 2. Fill coffee tank with ice to the 10 CUP marking line. 3. Set KEEP WARM HOURS to O. Press ON/OFF or O. 4. Press coffee dispensing bar with glass full of ice to dispense coffee. Hope this helps! Only thing that I think you needed was the ice in the tank. see less 1. Do not fill coffee tank beyond the 6-cup line. Note: brew double strength for iced coffee. e.i.-instead of one Tbsp of ground coffee per cup, it would be 2 Tbsp per cup. 2. Fill coffee tank with ice to the 10 CUP marking line. 3. Set KEEP WARM HOURS to O. Press ON/OFF or O. 4. Press coffee dispensing bar with glass full of ice to dispense coffee. Hope this helps! Only thing that I think you needed was the ice in the tank.
mzliz
· October 16, 2013
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Yes, easy to read, on both sides of the appliance. It is marked from 12 cups, every 2 cups, down to 2 cups. I find that the 2 cup mark is only about 10 or 12 oz. The gauges are estimates. I tend to drain the last drop, open the top and pour whatever is left (1/2 cup?) into my waiting cup.
pogonana
· October 7, 2014
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While I didn't fully understand it at first, Erwin's answer got me curious.

With the aid of a flashlight, I found a small small hole directly under the tube that drips the hot water onto the coffee grounds. This hole lets water flow into a spring loaded spout, which sends condensation from the underside of the lid … see more
While I didn't fully understand it at first, Erwin's answer got me curious.

With the aid of a flashlight, I found a small small hole directly under the tube that drips the hot water onto the coffee grounds. This hole lets water flow into a spring loaded spout, which sends condensation from the underside of the lid into the brew basket. Its a very clever solution, but the coffee maker has to be on a level surface for the water to get to this hole. I put a level on my unit, and sure enough the right side was a good bit low. The right basin is where water always collects in my 47950.

Not having the unit on a level surface might be the reason so many people have this issue while others don't. see less
While I didn't fully understand it at first, Erwin's answer got me curious.

With the aid of a flashlight, I found a small small hole directly under the tube that drips the hot water onto the coffee grounds. This hole lets water flow into a spring loaded spout, which sends condensation from the underside of the lid into the brew basket. Its a very clever solution, but the coffee maker has to be on a level surface for the water to get to this hole. I put a level on my unit, and sure enough the right side was a good bit low. The right basin is where water always collects in my 47950.

Not having the unit on a level surface might be the reason so many people have this issue while others don't.

Beachmom
· October 3, 2021
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I put vinagar and water in reservoir, 1/3 vinagar the rest water to fill , turn on pot like you would to make coffee,to pass through pot then rinse twice. I do this every two months. easy and comes out clean.
Ronald
· December 7, 2015