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Go into your menu and make sure the temperatures of the small, medium and large cups are on maximum. If they are, then do what the Shaun said.

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Try using the cup heater to warm the cup before hand. Use a thermometer to measure the temp of the water coming out. If it doesn't reach 80 degrees, then the thermostat may need to be replaced.

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