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My Bunn just stopped working. It does not heat the water and the warmer for the pot does not work either.

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Did you check to make sure the switch on the side of the machine is in the correct position-the "I" pushed down and the "O" up in the air and you see orange around the switch? If this is correct, then please give customer service a call at 800-352-2866 with the model and code date.

Posted on Aug 16, 2010

  • amaizenblue Jan 16, 2011

    I did check the main power switch and it is on. getting power in and out of the main switch, checked with tester. still no operation at all. water doesn't heat up and warmer plate switch doesn't light up. Can't figure it out.

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