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Bunn coffee pot brewing before lid is closed

My bunn did not come with a plastic pitcher and is to start brewing once lid is closed but it is starting to brew before the lid is closed. Could you please advise on what needs to be done? Thanks

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I wonder if it may have a bad lid switch?

I would suggest you visit Bunn Customer Support for help.

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