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Posted Fri Dec 18, 2009, 4:49pm
Subject: Differences between Bunn BTX and STX?
 

I'm wondering if anyone knows the differences between these two models? Looks like the STX is newer and has a little different styling and is heavier. Any other Bunn home models I should consider? Thanks in advance.
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Posted Fri Dec 18, 2009, 6:23pm
Subject: Re: Differences between Bunn BTX and STX?
 

You can compare the BTX and STX user guides on the www.bunnomatic.com website to find out.

The BTX brewers commonly show up in thrift stores in my area.  I've got one in the garage I never bothered to dial in; I only make more then two cups at a time about once a month so it's not worth the counter space.

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Posted Tue Jan 26, 2010, 10:27pm
Subject: Re: Differences between Bunn BTX and STX?
 

There are cosmetic differences, but there were no direct comparisons on the Website.
I did find what I needed to know. That is, how many amps the STX draws..7 amp. I assume the same for the BTX.
Just wondering if it draws 7 amps when NOT brewing, just idle?
Or if it's 7amps when idle, more when brewing, yada yada.

The reason I ask is our Italian made toaster oven is on the same circuit, and i don't want to trip it if I use the toaster oven.
My toaster oven is 1500 watts =13.64 amps (USA), that would seem to be a problem, as i'd certainly exceed 15 amp circuitry.
Not being well versed in this sort of thing. is my conclusion correct? As the Bunn is an always on appliance, I wonder how others with 15 amp circuits manage...separate circuit?
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