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Coffee not hot enough

Stay Or Go Model 45235G. Only made 3 pots of coffee. First two were great. Last one was warm, not hot. Tried again, Still only warm.

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  • Decafman Feb 19, 2008

    Thank you for trying. So far, Hamilton Beach has not responded to my help request because I misplaced my receipt. I am still hoping they will consider concerns.

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Http://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-Beach-Coffee-Thermal-Carafe/dp/B0000W4N0G

This page has alot of info about this coffee maker.


There is customer feedback here too.

It may answer your question.

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