How is it that something so mission critical such as the Technivorm Brew Basket with manual-adjust drip-stop for KBT, CDT, KBTS and KB-741 models can go missing? Spiteful sprites? Bermuda Triangle in the kitchen? Get a replacement brew basket so that you can have a fresh pot before it becomes a caffeine emergency. Double check your coffee maker model as Technivorm replacement parts are not interchangeable. They are model specific.
Best Answer:No, unfortunately this basket is circular at the bottom, while the KBGT machines use a square bottomed brew basket. The two are not interchangeable, and if you have the KBGT, the basket you need can be found below:
Best Answer:Assuming that all parts are disconnected, first assemble the part that stops the flow of coffee (the one with the circular rubber gasket). It more or less sits in a cradle. Then, place the long "L" end of the spring in the plastic slide (it'll only fit one way). Then, slide the plastic part with the metal spring assembled into place while holding the spring so that it will not get caught on the rubber tip of the gasket. Once it is over the top of the tip, as it slides into place, it creates the necessary tension to provide a proper fit as the plastic slide opens and closes. I hope this is helpful
The spring has an end with a small right angle bend in it. Hold the spring with the angle facing down. Facing the control slider, insert the spring into the square opening below the slider from the outside and press the right angle into the small crack at the bottom of the basket. This is easier said than done, but with a bit of effort and probably more than a few tries, it can be done. Good luck.
Actually the same thing happened to me. It's impossible to describe how it goes back together with words. I suggest you do what I did and take the parts to a local store where they carry technivorm. By looking at an assembled unit you should be able to figure it out.
I had a related problem that made the drip process difficult with frequent overflow or I had to constantly watch the process. The Technivorum was purchased in 2002, and thankfully Seattle Coffee Gear had a replacement basket.
Had the same problem. Finally bought a new basket, saw how the spring was in there, and then could fix the old one. If you can find a picture of how the spring is seated, then you should be able to fix it without buying a new basket.
Best Answer:The components to transform the machine into the auto-stop version will be different. The machine will utilize a different sized warming plate for the carafe, a different carafe, all to achieve a different height that will fit underneath the support arm and brew basket, which would also need to be changed. Unfortunately, it would not be possible to change out all of these components, due to the intricacies of getting inside the machine, so we cannot recommend it. Even if you did change out the components, you're over halfway there to purchasing a brand new machine. Since we do not carry some of the parts that you're looking for, you might want to check in with Technivorm on this too: 855-662-2200.
Best Answer:You could use this on the Grand model of Technivorm, but this is a cone shaped #4 filter basket, so it is not quite as large as you probably want for the Grand model. We don't currently carry the flat bottomed brew basket for the Technivorm CD Grand model, but we likely will down the road!
Best Answer:No, the H-741 uses a combination brew basket/lid that sits directly on the carafe, and lacks a brew basket holder. This Brew Basket with Manual Drip Stop will not have anywhere to sit on the H-741 model.
My coffee maker is a KB....no other letters or numbers. Will this brew basket fit?
A shopper on Aug 4, 2013
Best Answer:Does your brew basket have a circular bottom, along with a toggle switch on the side? If so, then this is the correct basket. If not, you may have a square bottom brew basket and no toggle switch, which is the newer auto drip stop version of the Technivorm. In that case, the square bottom basket can be found at the link below: