Question about Philips Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Light comes on but does not heat water
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Elektra KPGC 100NP
Your resettable thermostat turned off the high power heater circuit and the red warning light. The heater got too hot when the boiler became empty of water. This is to keep the heater from burning out if the boiler becomes empty. To reset the thermostat, turn the micro casa a leva over. There is a yellow plug near the center of the bottom which is easy to pry out. Stick a screwdriver, pencil, toothpick, chopstick or whatever else is lying around into the hole and gently reset the thermostat button. You will hear a click when it resets. You are then ready to go.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
SOURCE: Gevalia CM-500 12 cup problem.
Underneath the hot pad that the carafe sits on, there are two thermal fuses that are inside tubes that are clamped to the heating element with spring clamps.
Remove the bottom of the unit (5 screws), unclamp the thermal fuse tubes, slide the tubes to one side and check the each fuse with an ohmmeter. If one of them is open, that's your problem.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
SOURCE: HEATING ELEMENT IS RURNED OUT
You can order a new heating element from the manufacture. But, the crimp connectors and the thermo-fuse may also have to be replaced. You will need the crimp tool for the crimp connectors. You will also need a meter to verify the connections.
If you take the unit to an appliance center they can service it for you. But, you may find the cost of the parts alone to not be feasible.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
If you plugged it in before water started coming out of the sprayhead (about 2 pots full of water poured in) you might have burnt out your element, But lets start with a simpler answer. Did you check the main burner switch on the side of the tank?
If so, then I would suspect your main heating element
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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