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Re: HEATING ELEMENT IS RURNED OUT
You can order a new heating element from the manufacture. But, the crimp connectors and the thermo-fuse may also have to be replaced. You will need the crimp tool for the crimp connectors. You will also need a meter to verify the connections.
If you take the unit to an appliance center they can service it for you. But, you may find the cost of the parts alone to not be feasible.
I have a Tim Horton's Bunn coffeemaker. The coffee is not hot enough..both the water and element are both hot, but , obviously, not hot enough. I cleaned it 2 weeks ago and now this is happening. Which part is not hot enough?
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I suppose the warranty was 90 days too. The heating element has a thermal fuse in series with one of the element wires. It looks like s snub nosed bullet, silver in color. You can test it for continuity. If it's open, there's the cause. If it tests good the element is next to test.
Afraid you may lose this battle. Peeling means you let liquid drip onto the heating element surface without wiping it up. It then boils or burns on the heating element. Enough times and the high acidity of what you may be brewing and the surface cover is gone. If it's under warranty you contact their 1-800 number and see what they say. If you bought it at Walmart, just take it back for replacement or credit.
Thermostat is what turns that heating element on and off so what ever the element is attatched to is your thermostat and that is what is bad,unless they use a thermister and that is on the board and unless you know electronics ,.,.,.. You can take it to an appliance place if you dont feel comfortable and you will have a warranty with the fix as well.
There are a few things that make a pop and not heat in a Francis machine.
1. The heating element.
2. The control board
3. Not always but the thermal fuse on top of the boiler.
Remove the clock by pulling out. there is an 8mm nut up inside. Remove. Then go to the back and remove the #2 Allen screw. Then pry the top up and it will snap off. Check for a burned area. If not do a continunity check on the heating element and thermal fuse. If they have continunity its probably the board in back.
you either have a bad thermostat, a wire off, or bad heating element. the heating element will burn out quickly if the pot is plugged in with no water, or if left unused for long periods of time. the water evaporates, and the element burns out. best thing is to remove top, and take a look.
Your heating element is toast! If you want to risk taking it apart, there is a fuse inside that can be replaced and if the fuse is still in working order, (test it using a meter), the heating element is dying. There is nothing else to do, but buy a new coffee maker.
My brewStation 47214 stopped pumping water today, even though the warming element continued to get hot. A half dozen screws later I discovered a second heating element inside the coffee maker. The internal element is what heats the water and forces it into the basket. This element was burned out, religating my brewstation to the garbage. Probably last 3+ years.
Had this same problem. the "not ready" message flashes, unplugging the unit, pushing the power button have not impact ont he message. Keurig tells me this is an indication the heating element has burned out. I had ot call in a warranty claim and get a replacement.