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CM500 My lower heating element is out...can you ship me a new one...I know how to install it.

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Re: CM500

I checked the gevalia site and they said your type of coffee machine has been discontinued as well as the company does not stock parts anymore. sorry

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Unfortunately, it seems that China is the only one manufacturing the thermal fuses and they are notoriously inaccurate, tough to find as replacement parts and most often they are spot-welded to the heating element's leads, something most owners can't accomplish.Soldering them isn't wise since they are located close enough to the heating element to cause solder to flow.
There is a type of barrier connector common in Europe, hard to find elsewhere, that uses screws to hold the wires to be brought together; one hole that goes through a metal channel and has screws mounted at 90 degrees so that each of the wires are held by one screw.I have replaced the thermal fuses this way with some ancient US made stock (once had reason to keep these on hand) that is rated for lower temperatures and therefore must be mounted slightly farther away from the heating element. I wouldn't do this to someone else's coffee maker since I cannot guarantee the effectiveness of the thermal fuses installed.
Do NOT decide to just jump the blown thermal fuse with a piece of copper wire. I know of one case this was done and the machine failed to shut down on time and a Formica counter was set ablaze.
Some cases of circuit breakers tripping may be those which combine a GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter) into the breaker and will trip if even a minor ground current is sensed and this can occur from moisture trapped inside the machine.This type is commonly found in newer homes on circuits located close to any exposed plumbing to prevent death by electrocution.

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I would like to order a replacement coffee carafe for Gevalia model # CM500 120v - 60 Hz 950 W

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Unfortunately, YoTeach's initial solution is in error, I believe. YoTeach mentions that typical temps for brewing water are less than 200F, and THAT seems OK, from a couple of quick searches.
However, the component that is being replaced is not necessarily working at the same temperature as the water needs to be.
The Microtemp G4A00 series has lots of temperatures, and the TF216C means, AFAIK, that Tf is 216C(elsius). See, for example, the datasheet here:
Tf is the temperature at which fuse opens. So, the person ACTUALLY needs a thermal fuse that opens (breaks the connection) at 216C.
Therefore, either of the two fuse temperatures mentioned: 128 & 140C, would open too soon: i.e. at too LOW a temperature.
While 216C may seem like a high temperature (420F), for the fuse to open, the thermal fuse is often very near the heating element. For comparison, I have a Gevalia CM500 coffee pot, and the thermal fuses in my particular unit are Microtemp G4A00 184C- which is about 363F.
If anyone thinks I am in error on this, please feel free to contact me: jim underscore peak at Hotmail dot com - and I'll be happy to correct this post.

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I own the Saeco Magic Deluxe machine - when we turn it on, it never heats up.

this could be a couple of different problems.
1. the heating element has gone bad (seldom).
2. the drive electronics on the control board have died, which means you need a new control board. (fairly common).
3. the wires connecting the heating element have come loose (was someone inside your device?).
4. the thermastat on the heating element has gone bad (open) and needs replacing. (measure with an ohm meter after disconnecting the connector to the control board).
If you decide you want to trash this unit, I'd pay for shipping to have the parts. I am keeping my old (12+ years) machine alive. already replaced 2 control boards. (email, i'm located in CA, USA).
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If you're handy with tools and small appliances and take your time you're in and out in 10 minutes. There is a small allen screw at the back of the unit and the same size allen at the top of the heating element. Make certain you don't lose the small plastic ball that acts as a check valve at the end of one of the hoses.

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