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Delay brew will no longer work.

When i try to set the delay brew option on it goes directly to "clean". I can still use brewer by manually turning it on but it will not go to delay brew. Am I missing something? had my coffee pot onlh one month. delay brew will not work. no longer will i buy mr. coffee

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  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2009

    I have the exact same problem- straight to "Clean" mode instead of Delay Brew, and Delay Brew is no longer an option... I tried to Clean it, but it still doesn't work in "Delay" mode. Looks like I'm getting out of bed and pushing the button instead of waking up to hot coffee...

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Electronics and steam do not mix mr coffee used to put the control boards under the front where it was warm and dry . now there right where the steam can ruin them ... you might try unpluging it and puting it in the sunlight for a day and see if it drys out another thing go to amazon find your model and make a review , this will help others not to make the same mistake you did BTW just so you know , you dont have a real mr coffee , sunbeam bought them a few years back and now its just china junk .... good luck ......please rate this answer if it helped, 3 or 4 stars .and keep me in the paid department . a 1 or 2 will knock me off the air . thanks

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