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My Bunn Pour-Omatic coffee maker (White) Heat up

The Coffee maker is taking too long to heat up and is always trying to
heat the water up .....stays hot then after 15 mins heater is on again.

What parts are needed to fix?

Thermostat?? Heating element??

??

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Most likely suspect is the thermostat, however you might want to check the limit switch also(located on boiler between elements).

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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