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The on/off swith is burnt out. How do I fix it?

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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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Posted on Jan 10, 2009


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