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I need to purchase a limit thermostat for my VPS Bunn coffee make

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I have a complete inventory of bunn parts
Not trying to make a quick buck just trying to help
call 715 832 3045

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After pot of coffee is brewed, the water in the reservoir seems to be overheating. It hisses and continues to come out of the sprayer, and there is a lot of steam coming from where I pour the water in. ...


This sounds like you need the thermostat replaced. Call bunn at 1 800 263 2256 and talk with parts. You need part number 35286.7000. On a VPS the thermostat is in the top of unit. Take the lid off and you will see it. It has a black dial and a silver probe wire coming from it to the top of the tank. It is fairly easy to remove and replace. Unplug the machine first. Unscrew the screw holding the old thermostat in. Then unhook the two wires from it. Take the rubber grommet out of the top of the tank and remove the thermostat and probe(the part that sits in tank) Put new thermostat in. Make sure the new rubber grommet is set at the red mark on the probe wire and then set the bulb into tank. Attach the two wires back onto the new thermostat(does not matter which wire goes where) and secure the new thermostat with the one screw. Make sure the black dial is turned all the way to the left and close the lid. Plug machine back in and wait for it to heat up again. If the water does not heat up enough turn the black dial all the way to the right.

Apr 06, 2013 | Bunn VPS Coffee Maker

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My bunn vpr coffee maker is overflowing


Hello,
Maybe this will help you, with information, trouble shooting and contact numbers.

BUNN VPS COFFEE MACHINE MANUAL
http://www.bunn.com/pdfs/commercial/manuals/10053.0000.pdf


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Oct 15, 2011 | Bunn VPR Coffee Maker

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Can't figure out why when I plug in my bunn vps commercial coffee maker it immediately trips the circut breaker???


Hello,

There is a couple things can cause this to happen.

Number one make sure you have nothing else added recently on that circuit, where you have had your machine plugged in. If something was added on that circuit, something that is always running like a fridge, that could be overloading the circuit, sense coffee machines use a huge amount of power at start up. If your sure nothing of that sort has changed then next is:

Number two, make sure you have cleaned the machine, you know descaling and making sure there is no restrictions. If this is good, then next is:

Number three, it appears you can have a short. The heating element going bad in the coffee maker. If the thermostat or heating element is pulling more power boost then normal because its going bad or a short this will trip the breaker. What I would first do, is run yourself a extension cord from another outlet that for sure is not on same breaker. If that breaker blows, then you know for sure it is the machine that is causing this, then we are back to the heating element or thermostat on off regulator.

What i have done is located the manual on your machine, that besides gives you a lot of information, it also gives you trouble shooting tips and schematics of the parts and wiring diagram for you machine. Here is the link to copy and paste in your browser to download the manual.

http://www.bunn.com/pdfs/commercial/manuals/10053.0000.pdf

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Oct 14, 2011 | Bunn VPS Coffee Maker

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Looking for an electrical schematic for a Bunn VPS


Hello,
Maybe this will help you, with information, trouble shooting and contact numbers.

BUNN VPS COFFEE MACHINE MANUAL
http://www.bunn.com/pdfs/commercial/manuals/10053.0000.pdf


Also if you could rate this and some kind words would be great. Also here is my direct link to my pages of expertize that might help you. Visit me anytime at :

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Sep 23, 2011 | Bunn VPS Coffee Maker

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I just get bunn VPS it is and work very good


The switches are for the "warmers" only. The brewer has a reservoir the keeps water hot and ready for brewing. When it is not re-heating water (after brewing) it has a "keep warm" heater that is low voltage and keeps it ready to go.

May 16, 2010 | Bunn VPS Coffee Maker

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Water in resovoir boils away. Do I need a thermostat?


Listen to the unit after you make a pot of coffee. You will hear it start heating the water and then after the water heats up you will hear the unit shut down. If it is not shutting down and is continuing to run then yes you need a new thermostat.

Dec 02, 2009 | Bunn VPS Coffee Maker

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We have a Bunn VPS 3 and we need to know how much water we should keep in it ?


You should keep the unit full of water all the time it's plugged in, as if it is low on water, the heating element will burn out. A Bunn VPS brewer holds about 2 -64 oz pots of water in it's resevoir.

Jan 21, 2009 | Bunn VPS Coffee Maker

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Bunn pour omtic 3 burner commerical coffe maker model 666L (pin # 658) Coffee maker will not brew red light comes on and flickers followed th set up insturctions still nothing, even put a pot of vinegar...


I'm going to presume that your brewer is a VPS series pour-over brewer. This problem can be caused by several things, so I'll list the most common ones.
1) The on/off switch for the lower warmer could be burnt out.This switch also operates the heating element.
2) The high limit thermostat quite offen blows on the older VPS brewers. this is a small unit held down to the top of the tank and has 2 wires voming to it.
3) Look for burnt-off wires. These models sometimes burn off wires on the top of the heating element.
4) If none of these work, then your problem will be your heating element itself.
Parts for these models are readily available from your local Bunn repair shop.

Dec 31, 2008 | Bunn Pour-Omatic Coffeemaker, 10 Cup White

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