Question about Bloomfield 8572 Coffee Maker
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The problem in your coffee maker is due to the above said reason:
To keep the heating element from overheating, there are also components such as sensors and fuses. In coffee makers, sensors detect if the coil is getting too hot and cut off the current. Then, when it cools down, they turn the current back on. By cycling on and off like this, they keep the coil at an even temperature. Fuses simply cut the power if they sense too high a temperature. They're there for safety reasons, in the event that the main sensor fails.
From my experience i personally feel that replacing of theses things would cost almost to a new coffee maker machine.
So,its left to you sir/madam to decide upon the new coffee maker machine.
Kindly rate me on the above said soltion
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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