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The bottom warmer no longer heats up

The warmer not longer heats up to keep the coffee warm. Has anyone made this repair?

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  • chloepatches Jul 14, 2008

    Same thing how do we get this maker fixed? Looking for customer service # to fix this problem! Does anyone have it???? Any help will be appreciated. Thank You, bella122057@optonline.net

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Generally, the cost of parts makes this prohibitive.

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The warming element in the coffee maker base may be faulty (no longer working.) Eventually, heating elements can fail.

You do not state the make and model of your coffee maker, nor do you state how old the machine is.

Depending upon whether you wish to test the warming element to determine if it is no longer working or whether you choose to take the machine to an authorized repair center and depending upon the cost of replacing the warming element, you may choose to just purchase a new coffee maker and send the old one to proper electronics recycling.

There is information here on how to test a coffee maker warming element to determine if it is working:
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I also bought the thermal carafe; before I could hack the warming plate, my wife set the "Auto Off" feature to 1 minute, which shuts off the carafe heater. The settings are preserved unless you lose power for an extended period.

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