Question about Bunn Cuisinart Coffeemaker: Pour-Omatic Coffee Brewer ( O Matic)

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Bunn 10 cup maker

Part that holds the basket and heat switch has cracked and fallen out where can I buy the part to fix it. The coffee maker is only 2 or 3 years old.

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The exact same thing happened to ours. i went to the bunn website under support, and emailed them the exact same question you have here. i got a reply asking for our serial number from the bottom of the machine. as soon as i e-mailed that info to them, they told me that it was less than three years old (i guess they can tell from the serial number), still under warranty, gave me an RGA # and instructions to mail it back in for repairs. i'm getting ready to pack it up now.

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