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Grindmaster P400 New Airpot/Urns not keeping coffee hot enough

After brewing, at at least 185F deg. coffee will go below 170...Burner temp. well over 220F deg.

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This is a normal problem! first make sure you fill too top! also heat up urn with hot water prior to adding the hot coffee!

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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