Question about Bunn RL Coffee Maker
Recently our Bunn coffee maker suddenly started tripping the breaker as the water heats up. It will power on and the water will start to heat and then about 60 secs. into it the breaker will trip. Could this be due to the limit thermostat or the solenoid? Thanks
It is possible that you have a short in your limit thermostat, but most likely this is caused by small holes in your main heating element. these units start to split length ways down the element, causing a short to ground through the water. These elements are readily available at your local Bunn repair shop.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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