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Coffe does not stay hot in carafe

Krups type 453, brews fine and it seems hot when it brews but does not stay hot in the carafe. I have programmed the coffee maker to stay on for 4 hours, have tried all temp settings from 1-6, and there seems to be no change. There is a button that shows three wavy lines and I don't understand what it is, but when this is selected to the "on" position, the maker doesn't seem to brew when programmed.
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The wavy lines indicate the carafe pre-heat function. When it is ON the red light blinks for several minutes and the goes on solid. It doesn't start brewing until the light is solid red.
Mine also doesn't seem to keep hot also.

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