Question about Cuisinart Coffeemakers
I will assume you already checked the breaker so lets try this ... unplug the unit,dump all the water/coffee out . take screws out to gain access to the interior .. look at the 2 wire coming into the unit, you will see a small silver thing that is an over temperature safety on one of the wires. (sometimes it is attached to the unit itself ) but it is still inline with one incoming wire. Odds are that is what is keeping the power off.
If that is the problem then you could have a serious safety issue .. or perhaps just a bad thermal switch. It is almost impossible to know which one it is without the proper testing equipment
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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