Question about Bunn BT10B Coffee Maker
If you have a multimeter you can set it to ohms and see what value you get between the prongs on the plug. it shouldn't be 0 ohms. there should be some resistance. if you have it off--there should be no resistance (OL). and if you have it in the on position you should have some resistance. It's a fairly simple device when you take it apart. I bet that if you open it up you'll be able to see the problem.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
I have never seen the inside of a coffee maker but you are describing a short condition. A conductor wire is in contact with a grounded wire. Unplug the coffee maker and disassemble. If the short is in the wiring, it will be readily identifiable either by melted (scortched look) insulation or a wire that is loose and touching a ground wire. Consider the cause of the short. If it looks like a heating component caused the short, then reconnecting or retaping the wires should solve the problem.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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