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WC1000 GFI I have had 2 WC1000 units, The first lasted 6 months before a short developed inside the unit which triggered the GFI on the outlet. I moved the unit to a non GFI plug and it continued to work for about 2 weeks before it developed a leak externally. It was returned and replaced under warranty. Now the replacement unit is tripping the GFI again. Sounds like the same problem but now I am 3 weeks past the 1 year warranty. Is this a common problem or am I just unlucky?

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  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2007

    This is my 3rd coffee pot. The first two leaked and were replaced. Now the 3rd one is tripping the GFI plug. I has cost a lot of money to ship these two coffee pots back and now I have a 3rd one that will not work..



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  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2008

    have had the same problem on my 3rd pot and the company knows about the issue but does nothing about it.

    They should have their engineers fix it once and for all.


  • Anonymous May 11, 2008

    This is a faulty product by Waring. I am on my second unit. I have had the leaking water problem and now it trips the GFCI and will not brew. Great concept by Waring for the everyday home user, but obviously needs an overhaul to correct the reoccurring problems.

  • marcmann Aug 16, 2008

    Mine just started doing the same thing, I am assuming it is due to an internal leak. It only happens when the ready light turns on, strange though that if I leave the water short with the add water light on, it seems to work great.

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We have had ours for about a year and recently we heard a pop then smoke came out where you pour in water. I flushed it out and brown water came out. After the water cleared, I turned the machine back on and seemed to work fine except now the coffee has an burnt electical taste. Any suggestions on how to get the top of this thing open?

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Ours is tripping the GFI if more than 4 cups of water is used. Opened the unit up and found the power distribution system is in the bottom of the unit and the bottom metal plate is grounded. Hence, it is tripping the GFI due to a leak.

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