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Bunn is not heating the water

Really need a schematic of the circuits and the expected voltage at various points in the circuit. The off/on main switch is receiving 122 volts.

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My bunn coffer maker is the one that keeps water hot all the time.
I was going away and shut my coffee maker off. 'When I came home I then had to start over like when it was new. I follow the directions and the ater never heated up.

Posted on Oct 29, 2013

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SOURCE: Bunn coffee maker keeps tripping circuit breaker

This is usually an electrical problem with your brewer. If you will get the model and date code located on the bottom of the brewer and contact Customer Service, you machine can either be replaced at no cost if under 3 years old or if over 3 years old, at a reduced cost.

Posted on May 19, 2010

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SOURCE: Bunn keeps blowing the circuit when pulled in

If the circuit resets with the coffee maker unplugged, the coffee maker is at fault. There is a defective part in the unit that is shorted causing an overload in the circuit. You will have to isolate the bad circuit and replace or replace the coffee maker.

Posted on Oct 30, 2009

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SOURCE: keeps tripping circuit breakers bunn NHb

Hello

Coffee makers have a heating unit in them which draw a lot of current. If it is on the same circuit as refrigerator, toaster and other it will trip the breaker. Also, some breakers are more sensitive than others. Have an electrician run a separate circuit for the coffee maker outlet. Try running it in the dining room outlet, which I hope is separate from the kitchen outlets. Is the house old? Older homes have a lot of mixed up wiring.

John

Posted on Jan 07, 2010

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SOURCE: GFi breaker blows

There is an electrical problem with the brewer. If you will please get the model and date code located on the bottom of the machine, and call customer service, we will be happy to assist you with this. The machine has a 3 year warranty and if the machine is 3 years old or less, it will be replaced at no cost. If it is over 3 years old, it will be replaced at a reduced price.

Posted on May 19, 2010

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SOURCE: Bunn coffee maker triggers GFI

Usually this happens when there is an electrical problem with the brewer. If you will call 800-352-2866 with the model and code date from your brewer, we will be happy to assist you with this issue.

Posted on Jul 01, 2010

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