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Water is not heating up in holding tank

Water feeds automatically into machine, I have turned the heat button all the way up, but the cofee is luke warm. The 4 extra warmers are heating fine. The model # is worn off, but the front says 1985.

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  • mzleema May 11, 2010

    There are 4 extra warmers on my machine

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Hello. It sounds like your main heater is blown, or the hi limit is bad, or a wire is burnt off.You will need to find out your voltage at least to make a guess at the part, it sounds like you have a RL unit.

http://bunnomatic.com/pages/techdocs/manuals/autobrew_warm.html

Look at the RL manuals, and try to tell which one is yours.

Hope this helped, and thank you.

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