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Bunn pod coffee tea brewer

Hi, my sister just gave me her used pod coffee tea brewer (Bunn)and the bunn light at the top is red (on. There is enough water in the reservior, and I have the pod in the machine. When I pushed the coffee button, the orange "water drop" light comes on. What should I do?

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Re: bunn pod coffee tea brewer

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