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Bunn coffemaker When I plug it in it trips to circuit braker. I have tried in different parts of the house because I thought it was braker but it is the coffemaker any suggestions

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Hi - Go to the Bunn website, www.bunn.com , and click on their Customer Service link. I seem to remember a recall for that problem. You can call their toll-free number or write to them from their website via the CS link.

Hope this helps!

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You need to rule out if the outlet itself is bad vs. faulty electronics in the BUNN itself. Here's how you can do that:
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