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I need to know which part I need for a K1301 110 cup urn?

Urn perks the coffee, but then gets cold. Not totally cold, but not as hot as it use to keep the coffee. I assume that the element is OK, but the warming thermostat seems to .be bad

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A burn out element it means the two ends with the ohm meter should read infinity number or nothing depents from ohm meter in any case you should read that the two ends are open circuit somewhere the internal wire is cut off. As for the thermostat you should conect the two points where the lement is conected and turn the thermostat if you seen at onhmeter that aroud room temperature the themostat open and then if you rotate it reverse just litle bit and the theremostat close then the thermostat works fine. Youcan even here and small click when it open and close during the turning left and then right at the point of room temeperature.
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