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When I turn the coffe pot on the light and everything turns on and it gets warm but the water doesn't come out. I shut it off for 2 hours and turned it back on and it started up then stoped again and just barely dripped.

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Sounds like a float is stuck in the shut position. You might need to take that to a service technician to double check that operation. Sometimes lines get scalled up with hot water deposits.


Run vinegar through the maker and see if that helps.

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