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Coffee not hot enough!

Is there a way to raise the temp. on the grill to make the coffee hotter?
I have to microwave the coffee, it's never hot enough!

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  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2009

    I've read enough. Our first one didn't heat the coffee enough. Then it quit working altogether. Returned it and this one doesn't heat enough either. Surprising when you have 5 heat settings! Nice looking coffee maker, but I'm afraid the quality's not there.

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You could replace the part but you might want to try a better brand like Krups or Braun
If you have a sentimental need to keep it you could have the thermostat and hot plate replaced

eric

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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