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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: whirlpool electric oven
does your unit have a button to open door or do you just pull it to open it they are sometimes really stiff at first if it is button then it will need lock replacing about 60 pound if it just pulls open then these can seem stuck but will open as there is no mechanism to open the door so it will open but might take a bit of force the first few times untill it wares in a bit so dont be afraid of using force as it will open post back if you have any trouble and i will find a manuall and see what it says in their ok hope this is some help.........................................
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
You have not missed anything. Unplugging for longer than 16 minutes (has 15-minute memory) is the only troubleshooting you can perform. Call Cuisinart to find out if you are still in warranty. All electronics have a failure rate. Cuisinart's is acceptably low, but their coffee makers are the least reliable of all their products. The basic problem with electronic coffee makers is that coffee makers produce high heat, and high heat kills electronics and melts plastic. At least Cuisinart has a 3-year warranty - higher than the industry standard.
Let me put it another way. All coffee makers have a high failure rate. As many Cuisinart coffee makers that break down, the non-Grind-and-Brews still have a 91 rating from Consumer Reports. Consumer Reports doesn't give ANYTHING a 91 rating. A lot break, but you probably won't fare much better by switching to a different brand. The problem with a Cuisinart breaking down is that an expensive unit broke down - you wouldn't be upset if your $15 Mr. Coffee broke every year. The law of averages is on your side - a 2nd Cuisinart will probably last longer.
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Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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Posted on Feb 16, 2009
SOURCE: I just purchased and electric
The fuse would not be the problem as it would cause the percolator to not work at all.The patent expired in 2007 and wasn't renewed so the company is likely out of business meaning no parts.Is there a removable panel somewhere?If there is,would you open it and describe what you see to me please?Be as specific as you can.For circuit things,just say R1,has colors blue black gray gold,etc.,or any numbers which you find on them.Since an overtemperature sensor could be made a couple of different ways,this will help pinpoint it.I see it has been 2 months also,so I guess I should have asked if you still have it?Greg
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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