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Mr.Coffee guarantees their machines for one year from the date of purchase. If you still have a receipt I would contact them. If not there could be a problem with the board on the inside of the machine. Which, unfortunately, is not available yet to purchase so your machine can be fixed.

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

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Mike: I have the same problem. I measured the resistance, and they are open, infinite resistance. I soldered a heavy brass wire across them to bypass them. Pot works fine. I turned it on, no smoke no excess heating of the wire. Made a pot of coffee, waited the required two hours and it turned itself off as is supposed. Replaced the bottom held on by several Phillips-head self tapping screws. Have no idea why the "resistors" were even there. Could it be they are capacitors? I doubt that. Capacitors short and resistors open, if the capacitors were shorted they would stll pass current to the heating element. Seems to me they have to be resistors. Roy

Posted on Feb 06, 2011

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