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We have a 2 year old Cuisinart COD 4000 series. The unit will no longer starts. We put on brew cycle and turn knob to on. Light comes on. Hear a click but it does not brew anymore. Have unplugged unit and begin process again, but still will not turn on. Yesterday, unit came on in about a half hour. But, nothing today. Is that a switch I can access to see if there is a good connection. Thanks.

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I just had the same exact issue, call cuisinart customer service and they'll replace it. The unit has a 3 year warranty, I had no receipt or anything and they are sending a new unit, all they ask is that I cut the power cord off of the old one and send it in.

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