The other day i spilled a cup of hot coffee down the back of my rear proj tv. it went blank and the children started crying, they were watching spongebob. so i grabbed my 45 and shot the tv to remedy the situation as i often do.to make a long story short what can i do to get a tv repair man to come over to my house and fix my tv. help me
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Is it really from the BOTTOM, or is it spilling out the overflow holes in the back, then running down to the counter? If it's just spilling out the overflow holes, don't put quite so much water into it.
If it's really leaking from the bottom, and it happens even if you put only one or two cups of water into it, then the little hose running from the heating element inside up to the top filter has cracked or come off. You can fix that by opening the bottom of the coffeemaker (UNPLUGGED FROM THE WALL). You'll see where the rubber hose connects to the heating element and runs up along the rear tank. Check the connection where it attaches to the heating element.
I had to take the cover of the K-cup cover, this is done by removing the 2 screws out under the cover while the handle is in the open position and then snapping it off. Pull the hose off the k- cup puncturer and clean it out from the top down this will clear out all the packed coffee ground in it. You may be able to clean it from the point up if you can find a very small pipe clean or something like that but I didn't have one so I pulled off the cover and went from the top down. I'd love to know how many people threw away these coffee makers because off this repair, I know my mom did before she talked to me. Good luck people.
Be careful! The top will soon disconnect from the bottom! I've had the same problem for the last few months. This morning (11/19/10) the top of the pot seperated when I poured a cup of coffee and half a pot of piping hot coffee spilled down my right leg. I'm on hold with their customer service department as I type this. Has anybody else had the same issue?
I had a Mr Coffee that did that. It was running across the brew pause arm and making a mess. I discovered that the position of the carafe had a lot to do with it. If I brewed with the handle pointing out towards me, very little leaked out. I finally tore the brew pause arm off of the bottom of the brew basket. I works great and hey, I can wait ten minutes for a cup of coffee! However, if yours is new and doing this, I would contact the company and see if they'll make it good.
I a similar problem with my machine. I went 3-4 days without making coffee before i went to take it back. However, when i unplugged it, then plugged it back in, it worked. I didn't figure out why, but i've had to do this twice now. (Hasn't happened in a while.)
the rear temp sensor is in charge of the brew temp. To increase the temp, lift sensor and clean out the thermal paste. To further increase, insert some fine metal mesh between sensor and boiler. The front senser is for emergency (overheat) cut off. Don't tamper!
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You have bad convergence IC's.. If your not experienced in troubleshooting electronics or soldering, you should have a trained tech take a gander at the set. Its not worth risking life and limb to save a few bucks, Good Luck