Black & Decker DCM901 Coffeemaker
For the majority of its 100 year existence, the Black and Decker Company produced tools for the most part. From its first electric drill in 1910, the range of products expanded, but remained centered on its primary product line. This changed in the late 1970s and 1980s. They introduced the cordless Dustbuster in 1978 which was a huge success. In 1984 they purchased General Electric’s small appliance division and began producing a variety of appliances, including automatic drip coffeemakers. The Black and Decker DCM901-4 coffeemaker is one of these, although it wasn’t produced until after the turn of the century.
Black & Decker DCM901 Replacement Carafe
The DCM901-4 is no longer in production. However, if you have one of these appliances and break the glass carafe, replacement carafes are available from Medelco. Although they have somewhat different appearances, both the MDGL212 12-cup coffee carafe and the MDGL312 12 Cup Millennium Style carafe will replace the original DCM901-4 carafe.