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20 fluid oz water in the base up to the valve, about 17 fluid oz coffee out after percolation. Enough for two large mugs.
By Naman on 24 November 2014
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Sorry - no longer have the instruction leaflet. However am pretty sure that it made a point of not tamping down the coffee grounds before brewing up. Apart from that it is very straightforward ie fill with cold water to just below the safety valve on the side of the bottom part. Insert the coffee holder, fill with cof… see more Sorry - no longer have the instruction leaflet. However am pretty sure that it made a point of not tamping down the coffee grounds before brewing up. Apart from that it is very straightforward ie fill with cold water to just below the safety valve on the side of the bottom part. Insert the coffee holder, fill with coffee to about 2/3rds,check that the filter and washer are in place then marry the top part to the bottom part and screw it up tightly - taking care not to put any weight on the handle whilst you are doing this. Put it on the heat source, turn the heat down once the coffee starts coming through etc. Hope this helps - enjoy! see less Sorry - no longer have the instruction leaflet. However am pretty sure that it made a point of not tamping down the coffee grounds before brewing up. Apart from that it is very straightforward ie fill with cold water to just below the safety valve on the side of the bottom part. Insert the coffee holder, fill with coffee to about 2/3rds,check that the filter and washer are in place then marry the top part to the bottom part and screw it up tightly - taking care not to put any weight on the handle whilst you are doing this. Put it on the heat source, turn the heat down once the coffee starts coming through etc. Hope this helps - enjoy!
By Pro Bono Publico on 11 August 2014
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The six cup size works fine with our induction hob - tried another make and had to return it because it would not activate the hob. Haven't tried making less than a full pot - but there are two of us and we manage to use at least 2/3 of a full pot between us. Hope this helps. It really does make good coffee.
By Pro Bono Publico on 18 July 2014
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Yes it can, we use ours on our gas cooker and on our AGA, so I imagine it could be used on any cooker type. It needs the smallest ring as the base is quite small.
By Mrs K Pays on 19 November 2014
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I have had mine since last September and it still works fine on the induction hob. I would contact the manufacturer. Kate
By Kate on 28 May 2014
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Hi, this product does not have to be totally full to use.
By U Stores SELLER on 03 June 2015
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No just rinse with warm water that's what I do.
By Angjen on 19 July 2015
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I'm far from sure but it sounds like the waher seal and filter might be worn and not forming an adequate seal as a result. I believe these should be replaced around every 12 months (I haven't yet to be honest). The hereunder link might assist but you do need to ensure you get the roght size replacement parts.
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I'm far from sure but it sounds like the waher seal and filter might be worn and not forming an adequate seal as a result. I believe these should be replaced around every 12 months (I haven't yet to be honest). The hereunder link might assist but you do need to ensure you get the roght size replacement parts.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-media/product-gallery/B00133O0G8/ref=cm_ciu_pdp_images_0?ie=UTF8&index=0 see less
I'm far from sure but it sounds like the waher seal and filter might be worn and not forming an adequate seal as a result. I believe these should be replaced around every 12 months (I haven't yet to be honest). The hereunder link might assist but you do need to ensure you get the roght size replacement parts.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-media/product-gallery/B00133O0G8/ref=cm_ciu_pdp_images_0?ie=UTF8&index=0

By Buddy97 on 02 January 2014
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Approx. 12.5cm / 5".
By R. W. Morrissey on 31 October 2014
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I bought it for an induction hob but as induction requirements are for a steel base I would imagine a gas stove can heat up any metal..... so should be fine on gas.
By Buz on 04 December 2013