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Coffee Maker goes off during brewing

Coffee starts to brew but then the power goes off. I unplug it and sometimes it goes back on and other times not until the next day. Is it time for a new one? I have hard water where I live, could this be causing the problem? Now today it brewed just fine and the power is still on 10 minutes later. HELP!

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Hi , if you could open the below cover check the heating sensor might lose connection / if their is possibility to unscrew the sensor try to applied heat sink grease available in appliances repair shop , make clearance to boiling tank thick two papers in applying sink grease,same in warming surface.

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The same thing happened to me....At least you got three years out of yours, I got three months.

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Tossed the coffee pot and bought a new one.

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Make sure the coffee maker is unplugged there's 120 lethal volts inside when plugged in!

This unit has a replacable thermal fuse. It's a "Microtemp" Thermal Cutoff Fuse G4A00. You can buy five on eBay for $2.70. There are two on this unit and they are in the base concealed inside a 3" white mesh that runs alongside the heater. You will need a security fladebladed screwdriver that you can make by filing a notch in the center of a regular screwdriver.

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Try replacing the element. What is happening is is that the element is not getting hot enough to pull any water from the tank and heat it and send it up through the shower head to brew the coffee. Sometimes it can be a thermostat but more than likely it is a heating element.

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