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How to keep the coffee warm in the pot after its done

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Why is there coffee on the burner, after coffee brews?


The flow control valve on the strainer basket (where the coffee pours into the pot) is a less-than-stellar device. While adequate to prevent a flow of coffee when you pull out the pot, it will still retain a few drops which slowly drip onto the warming plate while you are pouring a cup. It may even allow a slow, continuous drip, especially if coffee grounds find their way past the filter.

Keep a damp cloth or paper towel near the coffeemaker while it is on. Just before returning the pot to the plate, give it a quick wipe.

Oct 05, 2014 | Mr. Coffee Coffee Makers & Espresso...

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How can I fix my 55 cup Farberware coffee urn FSU 255 model and it won't turn on. Any suggestions? It's always worked well before--this is a new issue.


If it will not perk or even get warm, the main heating element (usually in the middle of the pot) is probably bad. Get an ohm meter and read the resistance directly at the pot terminals (looking into the pot) (before taking the pot apart). If you get a infinite reading (or in the thousands of ohms), the perk heating element is probably bad. On my small pot, that element appears not to be replaceable...but pull the base off and see.

If you pull the base off, you will likely see three components; main perk heating element in the middle of the pot, "keep warm" element - may be covered in braid) skirting the edge of the pot, and finally the thermostat that allows the pot to perk for 7 minutes then opening up the circuit to allow current to both of those elements in series just to keep it warm.

Although I don't have a pot exactly like yours, in my smaller pot, the "keep warm" element (covered in braid) and the thermostat (little button pressed by a spring and screw against the bottom of the pot to sense temperature) can be replaced...go to Goodmans.net.

Jul 23, 2014 | Farberware Coffee Makers & Espresso...

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Why doesn't percolator run long enough


The thermostat in the base of the pot needs replaced...it is the little round thing pressed against the base of the pot. (You can see it after removing the base of the pot.) Pull off the leads and remove the screw holding it in and get a new one at goodmans.net ($10 including shipping...I just got one from them.)

You should take a picture before removing anything to make sure that you get the leads connected up correctly.

You have a main perk element and a keep warm element in the base of the pot. Plus a thermostat pressed against the bottom to sense temperature. Upon plugging in a cold pot, the thermostat reads zero ohms and applies 120 volts all to the perk element. Then when the thermostat senses a high enough temp, it opens and 120 volts is still applied to the perk heating element, but this time through the keep warm element (about 200 ohms or so). So now the perk element although hot is not hot enough to continue perking, just keeps your already perked coffee warm.

On a cold pot, you should read about 17 ohms looking into the pot...on a warm pot (with the thermostat opened up) you will read in the hundreds of ohms.

May 11, 2014 | Farberware FCP280 Stainless Steel...

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Shuts off after brewing


THE COFFEE POT SHUTS OFF RIGHT AFTER ITS DONE BREWING AN THE COFFEE IS WARM NOT HOT !!! THE POT IS ONLY 10 OR 11 MONTHS OLD !!!

Nov 16, 2012 | Cuisinart DCC-1200 Coffee Maker

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Coffee pot turns off after brewing


This is the correct operation for this type of coffeemaker. It uses the thermal carafe to keep the coffee warm after brewing, and doesn't use power to operate a warming plate

Oct 04, 2011 | Mr. Coffee 8 Cup Thermal Carafe...

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Coffee grounds in the coffee pot. It appears water does not flow into pot quickly enough, so filter basket overfills and causes grounds to go up and over the filter, then flow into pot. Also heat plate...


From what you described, it sounds like your carafe isn't fitting properly. The lid of the carafe is supposed to open a valve on the bottom of the filter basket. If this valve is clogged or not opening completely, that will produce your symptoms. Also, the warming element will not keep carafe hot if the carafe isn't sitting properly.

Sep 29, 2017 | Black & Decker BCM1410B 12-Cup Coffee...

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Perks ok coffee lukewarm


Hi,
After perking the coffee the pot is to switch to a thermostat to keep the coffee warm...that thermostat is probably bad...
Not sure if it is replaceable on those pots...
Would call the Customer service number for the Regalware...

http://www.regalware.com/customer-service/contact-us

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Dec 08, 2010 | Regal Ware K1301 Coffee Maker

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It seems to be perking correctly but stops and then starts to perk again and again, this continued until I unplugged it, and also the light to indicate it was done never came on


Your pot needs a keep warm element. the main element works ( perks and perks) The thermostat works ( it turns the main element on and off.) The pot goes on and off because the water is getting cold The problem is the keep warm element. The reason, your pot perk's and it gets hot near the thermo, the thermo turns off the main element. The keep warm element is not on so after a small amount of time the water cools and the thermo turns the main element back on again, thus making the water hot. The K W element is supposed to be on all the time the pot is plugged in, it is instrumental in perking the first brew making it really hot, the thermo turns off the main element and the K W element keeps the water hot. The K M element is very a easy fix, it is the small looking white rope that runs around the bottom of the pot. Thanks and please ask if you need more help. Go to repairshack.com for the part. Ron

Sep 25, 2010 | Faberware 10-22 Cup Coffee Urn

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I have an older Bunn Coffee Maker


Either one of the wires to the heating element burnt off, or the element is gone

Feb 07, 2009 | Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Warming plate boils coffee.


Make sure you are using the type of commercial coffee pot like the one in the picture. They don't have to have to be plastic with the metal bottom, they can be all glass. The commercial pots are heavy duty and usually disperse the heat well.

If you are using commercial pots the only solution without replacing the warmers is to put three pennies on the warmer and to put the pot on top of them. The pennies will get hot so don't forget and grab them but the pennies help to move the pot just a little way away from the direct heat.

Feb 08, 2008 | Bunn VPR Coffee Maker

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