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Chipped coating The black coating on the heating unit is chipping off - is it OK to continue to use the coffee pot?

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NO PROBLEM the coating is only there to keep the pot from sticking to the burner and to look good . as the problem gets worse you will need to "TAP"the handle of the pot to unstick it from the burner before picking it up to pour . please rate this answer, thanks

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