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The heating element is burned out. Can I order a new element or is it beyond repair? Does a the warranty cover this?

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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.

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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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