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Filter basket door opens during coffee making.

After the grinder stops grinding the beans and the coffee starts pouring, the filter basket door opens and the coffee spills all over the place. I double check that the door is completely closed each time and something causes it to pop open.

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  • mvjordan Feb 05, 2008

    I have already checked that nothing is blocking the latch/door. Sometimes it opens sometimes it doesn't. We usr the coffeemaker 7 days a week and at least 2 to 3 times a week it spills.

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Sounds like there is a bad relay, that is shorting out, and releasing the filter basket accidentally. Also, check to make sure that there is nothing blocking the latch that holds the filter basket in place.

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