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Old 08-13-2010, 03:34 PM   #11
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Since our only receptacle in the kitchen area is in the bottom of the overhead cabinets that coffemaker would be a welcomed addition.
My 8314SS has the same thing, although there is a receptacle on the face of the counter next to the stove as well. I'm going to use a Wiremold product to help tame the cord to the free-standing coffee pot on our counter. Pics to follow when I execute.
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Old 08-13-2010, 03:52 PM   #12
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Charlie, if you are the only coffee drinker then you should look into a Keurig maker. Uses single cups(pods) so you only make as much as you will drink not a pot that may go half unused. They make a really small one that would work perfect. Nice thing is that pods are available with all types of teas and even hot chocolate. They make great coffee. We love ours. We have one at work too and it gets a LOT of use and has worked great for several years, very durable.
I have a 4 cup little excuse me, coffee maker at home. I usually go through it with no problem, but the one in the motorhome is 12 cups, takes up too much space, lights up the room at night-time with the bold blue numbers. I'll check into the Keurig, thanks.

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Old 08-13-2010, 05:32 PM   #13
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I really like that coffee maker. Is it a 4 cup or 8 cup model. I'm the only one that drinks coffee in my family. Poor unfortunate souls don't know what they're missing! Since our only receptacle in the kitchen area is in the bottom of the overhead cabinets that coffemaker would be a welcomed addition.
It is a 8 cup B & D coffee maker. It sets under the microwave & to install we removed the microwave to access the same plug the microwave uses. I did beef up the bottom of the cabinetry
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Emptypockets,
I like your mods. Especially the under counter coffee maker. That'll free up some counter space.

When, or if ours goes out, I'll be looking for one of those.
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