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Cofee maker TCM 402-04 Thermal Carafe Black and Decker coffee maker doesn't brew. It isn't used from what I can see. I bought it at a second hand charity sale. The clock functions fine, powers up ok timer works, tried viniger but it doesn't pass through for it to brew either. The valve seems to open and close. Everything seems to be in order except the brewing cycle. And that's everything ! Please help!

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  • skit Mar 04, 2008

    model # is TCM 402-04 Type 3

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    Gary Davd May 11, 2010

    need the model number

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Can I buy the coffee basket . It got thrown out with the paper filter. Do figure. I know it's old but it makes great coffee.

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SOURCE: how do i set clock and program timer for auto brew. thanks.

This link will take you to the manual for your coffee maker:
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SOURCE: Kenmore Elite Electric Range 790.9912.3402 Had

yes, that could very well be the problem. cable or keypad

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