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I have a Classic Coffee Concepts GB360 maker that needs switches

I have a Classic Coffee Concepts GB360 maker that needs 2of it's 3 I/O switchs replaced. I disconnected the wiring to take switchs to store. I was able to purchase replacements but do not remember the wiring scheme. Can you please let me know the wiring sequence for each of the three positions of each I/O switch. I have 3 white (neutrals?) 3 black (hot) 2 purplewires, a red, and a blue.

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  • mike5613929 Jul 09, 2010

    Thanks for your reply. I was able to get the brewer to work and one warmer.
    Final clarification might help.
    The purple cable alone attached to bottom connector of first switch?
    The purple with the black tail attached? Middle pole of first switch with purple and black jumping to middle of 2nd switch?
    Is white wire the neutral and the black hot?

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I have the same coffee maker which has a heater problem but the wiring is intact. The switches are wired like this:
Right Rear Warmer Switch: Top - White from other two switches
Middle: Black from other switches
Bottom: Red
Right Front Warmer Switch: Top: White shared with other two switches.
Middle: Black with connector to Black on other switches
Bottom: Blue
Lower Front Warmer Switch: Top: White from other switches and connector to white from inside.
Middle: Black and Purple together
Bottom: Black from inside and Purple from inside on a connector.
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Posted on Jul 08, 2010

  • mjwilson03 Jul 09, 2011

    Where can I find a replacement switch? Do you have a item number or info on getting a switch? Thanks!

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