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Re: Burnt out light bulb
You would have to order the part from the manufacture if you were to fix it yourself. It may need new crimp connectors for the switch.
It is best to take the coffeemaker to an appliance service center. There are some serious safety issues when servicing these appliances. The internal parts are not always simple to replace. They use crimped wire connectors and specialized parts. There are crimping tools required to replace these connectors.
For something like a coffeemaker you may find it not feasible to service. The parts and labor can add up to a fair amount.
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Talked to Cuisinart tech support and they told me to unplug and leave it for 2 hours... that resets it to the factory defaults.
It looks like a thermal fuse might have blown inside your appliance.
If a thermal fuse has failed, there is probably another problem inside.
If the appliance is 4 months old, still cover under manufacturers warranty, Call the Cuisinart customer service to ask them where to find an authorized service center.
Hope this works for you.
Hi There is a reset button inside on the left side of the boiler. You may have a burnt out element. you could have a fuse that is burnt out also. The fuse is on top of the boiler inside the plastic covered wire.
This is either a problem with the thermostat that lives just under the surface of the bottom of the aeroccino jug and is a technical problem that can only be resolved (replaced) by returning it to Nespresso OR it is related to a fine layer of burnt milk that builds over successive use that builds and holds the heat the element produces 'tricking' the thermostat into thinking the milk itself has heated to the desired temperature, not just the burnt layer. Clean the bottom of the jug, regularly with a non scratch scourer and use a mild detergent as well.
its possible, just BEWARE OR THE LARGE CAPACITORS THE "LARGE CYLINDRICAL OBJECTS" they will sometimes hold a residual charge and CAN KILL the light inside may or may not be easily accessable, if you are able to get it out you may be able to order a new one. try looking up the part number if it has one, or going to a hardware store and matching it up with a new bulb. hope this helps and DO be wary or the circuits inside!
Hi. Your heating element is NOT burnt out.Since the unit is almost new, I would say someone left it on and the water evaporated and the safty fuse poped . It is a very easy fix, just take the bottom off and you will see the problem. Good luck bobbyone