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Coffee is not hot enough when brewed. Within 10 minutes of sitting in the thermal carafe it is cold.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: mr coffee model isx43 12 cup

Turn the :Warming Temp." dial to the right, this is the hottest the heating plate will get and should resolve your problem. THedial is locatedjust under the clock.

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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I can't explain it but I bought that coffee maker on the 4th of Sept it is now the 23rd and I've been having that same issue for the past couple of days so I called the company! They are sending me out a new one for free. They didn't explain why the issue happened, or what the cause was but I guess it must mean the darn thing is dead if they didn't want me to send it in. They are also said they were out of stock on that item, so I don't know if there have been a lot of people calling for this problem or what but either way call them, they will most likely send you a new one!

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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SOURCE: coffee brews to cold

Try doing a full descale treatment, if the heating element is covered with scale it won't heat properly.

If it is not thet it is a faulty thermostat or element.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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Usually when that happens you need to clean it out w/ white vinegar and water because it's developed a blockage of some kind. I'd recommend 6 cups vinegar and 6 cups water, and brew it through like a normal brew cycle. If you haven't done this at all in the year that you've owned it then it probably won't work completely the first time. You might have to do it quite a few times, and I suggest doing it at least once a month from here to keep the problem from happening again. And remember to always use a fresh solutution each cycle, don't want anything you take out to go back in, you may not get any coffee then! :)

If you like, there's another way you can do it. Put in the solution of vingear and water, start to brew it, and just when you start seeing it drip into your pot, turn off the unit and let it sit for an hour. Soaking it or running it through several cycles can both help, it's up to you how you go about it.

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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SOURCE: MR COFFEE FTX49. Brewing starts, then stops

Mine just started to do the exact same thing. So I decided to clean it using the "Clean" program and just water. I put the brewer through the cleaning program 3 times - each time it would brew water from 12 cups to 8 cups, I'd tap the brewer on the countertop, it would brew from 8 cups to 4 cups, tap it again, and it would brew the remaining cups. So, I called the Mr. Coffee help line (800-672-6333). The most-likely problem is that the hose is no longer attached in the water reservoir. The help line suggested that I take it in to a service center. I live in Urbana, IL and the closest service center is in Oak Lawn, IL - 2 hours away from me!!
Here is my solution:
1) Buy another coffee brewer.
or
2) Smash your current Mr. Coffee brewer into a million pieces (this relieves stress) and go buy another coffee brewer (probably stay away from Mr. Coffee products).
Hope this helps.
Frustrated in Urbana

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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