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Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer Owner Guide

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Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer

Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

Read all instructions before using your NINJA® COFFEE BREWER.

WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, serious injury, death, or damage when using this appliance, follow these basic safety precautions.

General Precautions

  1. This appliance can be used by children aged 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
  2. To reduce the risk of electric shock, this appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). As a safety feature, this plug will fit into a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. DO NOT force it into an outlet or try to modify it to fit.
  3. Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children less than 8 years old.
  4. To eliminate a choking hazard for young children, remove and discard the protective cover fitted on the power plug of this appliance.
  5. Children shall not play with the appliance.
  6. To protect against fire, electric shock, and injury to persons, DO NOT immerse the cord, plugs, or body of the machine in water or other liquid.
  7. NEVER carry the appliance by the power cord or pull it to disconnect from the electrical socket; instead, grasp the plug and pull it to disconnect.
  8. DO NOT operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance malfunctions, or has been dropped or damaged in any manner. Contact SharkNinja Operating LLC for service.
  9. For household and worktop use only. DO NOT let the power cord hang over the edge, or touch hot surfaces such as the stove.
  10. NEVER use the socket below the counter.
  11. To avoid the risk of fire, electrical shock, or damage to the unit, DO NOT store or use the unit in an appliance garage or under a wall cabinet.
  12. Unplug from the outlet when not in use and before cleaning.
  13. Turn off and allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning the appliance. Operating Notice
  14. The use of an accessory not recommended by the manufacturer may create an overflow condition and scalding hazard, or result in fire, electric shock, or personal injury.
  15. ALWAYS use the appliance on a clean, dry, level surface.
  16. DO NOT place on or near a hot gas or electric burner or in a heated oven.
  17. DO NOT use this appliance for anything other than its intended use.
  18. DO NOT use outdoors.
  19. DO NOT touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
  20. To avoid contact with steam and hot surfaces, DO NOT reach across the top of the brewer to froth.
  21. ALWAYS place a vessel beneath the brew  basket to receive the brewed coffee
  22. Scalding may occur if the brew basket is opened during a brew or clean cycle.
  23. DO NOT remove the vessel while the appliance is running without the Drip Stop in the closed position. Return the vessel quickly and open the Drip Stop to continue the brew.
  24. DO NOT fill the water reservoir with anything other than water, as other liquids may damage your brewer.
  25. DO NOT overfill the water reservoir. Fill water only to the Max Fill line.
  26. DO NOT run the appliance without water.
  27. Exceeding the maximum brew basket capacity may cause overflow. DO NOT use fine or espresso ground coffee. Glass Carafe
  28. The carafe is designed for use with this appliance only. DO NOT place the carafe on or near a hot gas or electrical burner, or in a heated oven.
  29. DO NOT set a hot carafe on a wet or cold surface.
  30. DO NOT use a cracked or scratched carafe or a carafe that has a loose or weakened handle.
  31. DO NOT clean the carafe with abrasive cleaners, steel wool pads, or other abrasive materials.
  32. DO NOT place the ace carafe in the microwave.
  33. DO NOT expose the carafe to extreme temperature changes.
  34. DO NOT drink directly from the carafe. Liquid from the carafe may be very hot.
  35. DO NOT use the carafe to store food when not in use.
  36. Ensure the carafe is empty before starting a cleaning or brewing cycle. Starting a cycle with water, coffee, or tea in the carafe will cause an overflow. Care & Maintenance
  37. Allow the appliance to cool before removing any parts and before cleaning.
  38. To prevent illness from bacterial growth in the appliance, follow all cleaning instructions in the Care & Maintenance section of this Owner’s Guide.
  39. Clean the system every week.
  40. If the product is not operating properly, visit ninjakitchen.com or contact SharkNinja Operating LLC for examination, repair, or adjustment. Any servicing needs must be performed by an authorized service provider.
  41. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children unless they are older than 8 and supervised. Cord Statement
  42. A short power-supply cord is provided to reduce the risks resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord.
  43.  DO NOT use extension cords with this product.

WHAT’S IN THE BOX

  • Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 1
  • Integrated Ninja® Scoop
  • Brew-Through Lid with Flavor Straw
  • Glass Carafe
  • Gold-Tone Permanent Filter
  • Removable Filter Holder
  • Brew Basket
  • Brewer
  • Control Panel
  • Precision Temp Warming Plate
  • Water Reservoir Lid
  • Removable Water Reservoir
  • Power Cord & Storage (not shown)

CONTROL PANEL 

Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 2

  1. Programmable Digital Clock
  2. Clock Hour and Minute Buttons
  3. STAY WARM Button
  4. DELAY BREW Button
  5. SMALL BATCH Button
  6. Brew Types CLASSIC Brew Button  RICH Brew Button
  7. BREW Button
  8. Clean Cycle Button
  9. Power Button

FEATURES OF THE NINJA COFFEE BREWER

  • Thermal Flavor Extraction® Technology – Blends automated controls for calibrated temperature, pre-infusion, coffee saturation, and flavor richness to unlock the full flavor potential of your coffee.
  • SMALL BATCH Setting – When brewing 4 cups or fewer, add your desired amount of water to the reservoir and press SMALL BATCH to ensure the same great flavor as a Full Carafe brew. DO NOT add more water than the cups of coffee you want to brew, as the unit will use up the total amount of water in the reservoir regardless of the Small Batch setting.
  • Brew Types – Control the strength and style of your coffee CLASSIC Brew for smooth, balanced hot coffee.RICH Brew for a richer-than-classic but still smooth coffee flavor that stands up to milk, cream, or flavoring.
  • Removable Water Reservoir with Easy Access – For quick and easy filling.
  • 24-Hour Programmable Delay Brew – Set it to automatically brew at a desired time. The brewer will remain pre-heated and ready to brew at the time you programmed.
  • Mid-Brew Pause – Automatically stops the flow of coffee from the brew basket when the carafe is removed, allowing you to pour a cup mid-brew.
  • CLEAN Function – The clean function allows you to clean your unit whenever you would like. As a guideline, we suggest running a clean cycle when it takes longer than 12–15 minutes to brew a full carafe of coffee.
  • Adjustable Warming Plate– Keep your brew at the ideal temperature for up to 4 hours. The Adjustable Warming Plate will activate during the brew and will automatically shut off after 2 hours by default. You can also program the warming plate to stay on for more or less time by pressing and holding STAY WARM.

BEFORE FIRST USE

  1. Remove all packaging material and stickers from the coffee maker.
  2. Wash the water reservoir, carafe, removable filter holder, and gold-tone permanent filter in warm, soapy water with a soft cloth. Rinse parts and dry thoroughly.
  3. Prime the system by running 2 full carafes on Classic brew with water only. After each cycle is complete, discard the water.

SETTING THE CLOCK 

Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 3

  1. Plug the power cord into an electrical outlet and press the Power button ( ).
  2. Press either the H (hour) button or the M (minute) button and the display will flash. Use the H and M buttons to set the clock to the current time. The AM or PM indicator will illuminate on the left side of the display as you are setting the time.
  3. When the desired time is reached, allow 5 seconds for it to set.

NOTE:
If you unplug the brewer or experience a power loss, you will need to reset the clock the next time the brewer is powered on.

HOW TO BREW

  1. Place the brewer on a dry, clean, and level surface. Plug your brewer in and power it on.
  2. Remove the water reservoir from the unit by lifting it straight up (Fig. 1). Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 4Remove the lid entirely and fill the water reservoir to the desired level (Fig. 2).Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 5
  3. Place the filter holder in the brew basket (Fig. 3). Then place the permanent filter or a #4 paper filter in the filter holder.Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 6
  4. Add your desired amount of coffee grounds to the brew basket.
  5. Place the brew-through lid on the carafe and turn clockwise to lock it into place (Fig. 4). Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 7Then place the carafe under the brew basket (Fig. 5).Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 8
  6. Select either CLASSIC or RICH brew. If you are brewing 4 cups or less, also select SMALL BATCH. (Fig. 6).Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 9
  7. Press BREW to start brewing. When the brewing is complete, the unit will beep.

PREPARING & USING YOUR NINJA® COFFEE BREWER

Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 10

COFFEE MEASUREMENT CHART 

Ninja CE251 Programmable Coffee Brewer 11

PROGRAMMING DELAY-BREW 

  1. Turn the unit on by pressing the  Power button
  2. After filling the water reservoir and adding ground coffee to the brew basket, be sure the reservoir and brew basket are securely in place. Place the empty carafe under the brew basket.
  3. Press DELAY BREW. The clock will flash “noon”. Use the hour (H) and minute (M) buttons to set the time you would like the Delay Brew to begin. The AM or PM indicator will illuminate on the left side of the display as you are setting the time.
  4. Select the brew style and that selection will illuminate. If brewing fewer than  4 cups, press SMALL BATCH, too
  5. Once you have set the time and brew style, press DELAY BREW to activate, or wait 5 seconds for Delay Brew to lock in. When activated, the unit will beep, and DELAY BREW will remain illuminated. 5 To cancel, press DELAY BREW or the Power button. Changing the brew style while the Delay Brew is set or starting another brew will cancel the programmed Delay Brew.

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

There are grounds in my coffee.

  • Either the permanent filter or a paper filter must be inserted into the filter holder when brewing.
  • Using too many grounds can cause the filter holder to overflow. Once cooled, clean out the filter holder and refill using the appropriate amount of coffee (1 scoop per cup).
  • Finely ground coffee can clog the filter holder. For best brewing results, use a medium-grind coffee.

The paper filter is folding over.

  • The unit is designed to take a #4 cone filter. Be sure you are using this size and shape, as larger sizes may fold over. Allow the filter holder to cool before handling. Be sure the paper filter is folded along its two seams and is pressed firmly into the filter holder. Alternatively, you can wet the sides of the paper filter to temporarily adhere it to the filter holder.
  • If the problem persists, try using a permanent filter instead of a paper filter.

Coffee is too weak.

  • For a stronger coffee, use the Rich Brew setting, try darker-roast grounds, or use the permanent filter rather than a paper filter. If you want an even bolder flavor, you can add more coffee grounds. Additional grounds do absorb water, so you may get more concentrated coffee but overall less liquid volume.

Coffee is too strong.

  • For milder coffee, try the Classic Brew setting using light-roast grounds and a paper filter rather than the permanent filter. If you want an even milder flavor, you can use fewer grounds.

Carafe overflowed.

  • The carafe may not have been empty before brewing, or the water level exceeded the Max Fill line on the water reservoir before brewing. Reminder, DO NOT add additional water to the reservoir after a brew or cleaning cycle has already started.
  • For Classic brew, the carafe holds 60 fl. oz. To avoid overflows, make sure the carafe is empty before brewing and the water reservoir is not filled past the 12-cup Line.

PRODUCT REGISTRATION

Please visit registeryourninja.com or call 1-877-646-5288 to register your new Ninja® product within ten (10) days of purchase. You will be asked to provide the store name, date of purchase, and model number along with your name and address. The registration will enable us to contact you in the unlikely event of a product safety notification. By registering, you acknowledge to have read and understood the instructions for use and warnings outlined in the accompanying instructions.

REPLACEMENT PARTS

To order additional parts and attachments, visit our website: ninjaaccessories.com, or contact Customer Service: at 1-877-646-5288.

What is not covered by this warranty?

  1. Normal wear and tear of wearable parts (such as carafes, lids, brew baskets, permanent filters, water reservoirs, etc.), which require regular maintenance and/or replacement to ensure the proper functioning of your unit, are not covered by this warranty. Replacement parts are available for purchase at ninjaaccessories.com.
  2. Any unit that has been tampered with or used for commercial purposes
  3. Damage caused by misuse, abuse, negligent handling, failure to perform required maintenance (e.g., failure to keep the well of the motor base clear of food spills and other debris), or damage due to mishandling in transit.
  4. Consequential and incidental damages.
  5. Defects caused by repair persons not authorized by SharkNinja. These defects include damages caused in the process of shipping, altering, or repairing the SharkNinja product (or any of its parts) when the repair is performed by a repair person not  authorized by SharkNinja
  6. Products purchased, used, or operated outside North America.

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