Question about West Bend 33600 Coffee Maker
There is a short in the unit somewhere. It can be the power cord or it can be internally in the coffee maker. You can test the power cord before replacing it with a multimeter. Set the multimeter to OHMS. Take the power cord and connect the red probe to one connector on one end of the cord. Touch the black probe to both connections at the other end. You should only get a reading on one of the connections. Repeat this with the other connector. If you get a reading on both connections then the power cord is shorted out and must be replaced. In other words you should only have continuity on one of the 2 wires in the power cord. If it shows continuity on one connection on one end of the cord and 2 connections on the other end you have a short.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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