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Measure the pins center to center. There are three common spacings.
1/2 inch, 11/16 inch and 1 1/16 inch..
Appliance cords are available at most hardware stores including Lowes, Home Depot, Menards and even in the electrical departments of many other stores. If you have your old cord it is easy to compare the plugs. There is a 3/8 inch difference between the 11/16" plug and the 1 1/16" so it is easy to see the difference.
Possible bad switch or bad power cord. Remove the bottom plate and look for ~115 volts AC at the ends of the power cord with a voltmeter (cord plugged in). Make sure the outlet has power where plugged in. If you get voltage, then turn the switch on and measure the voltage across the switch terminals. If it reads 115 volts, replace the switch. Good luck!
If you have the L1350/155C, the manual states 1-1/4 cups coffee for 12 (5 oz) cups, for 30 cups use 3 cups coffee using standard measuring cups. Take the stem & filter out when the coffee has finished brewing so the bitter oils do not get into the coffee.