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I pluged in my keurig to to six plug outlet with a serge protector. I was making toast when my keurig was on. there was a blowout and the wire from the keurig to the socket burnt and it does not work. this happened before a couple of month ago and you replaced the entire unit and i appreciated that.. however this has happened again. i have cut off the damaged part which is the plug an about two inches of the wire. what do you suggest that i do. maybe the next time i will use a single outlet..if there is a next time. looking for help with this problem thanks jack schondorf plug no#set019 LR65066 E69228

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Put a new plug on there, with the crimpits and electrical tape, dismantle the unit enough you can see where the plug attaches to, then disconnect the entire plug, get and old extension cord and cut it and attach that instead. Or even better yet, find a plug that has the grounded 3rd prong on it and use it and ground one end to the maker on a metal surface if possible.

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