I've been trying to find a replacement carafe for my GE coffee maker model 169103 and haven't had any luck.
GE says its discontinued and no replacement carafe is available. Can you help to locate one?
Jack North firstname.lastname@example.org
To all of you who are looking for the carafe that fits your coffee
maker by GE: I just found one in a brand new one in a kitchen cabinet
that I cleaned out. The only drawback is it's white, but it looks like
the one pictured in your listing. Let me know if any of you would be
interested in it.
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I replaced my broken carafe on model: 169164 by purchasing a RIVAL 12 cup coffee maker PIL-HC08104 from WalMart for $10.24 and simply put my black handles on the new pot whaic had white handles. The pot appear to be exactly the same.
I just got the 169103 coffee maker off e-bay. Got it home and found it would not come on. I did get my money back,,,however, decided to open up the bottom and found that the power connection to the unit gets very hot. The cord was burned. I managed to re-do the connection and it works now.
I had the same thing happen when my carafe broke. Mine is 238.69328 which is the black coffee maker. The simple solution is to head to Walmart and buy the GE replacement carafe. It's the 12 cup capacity one #169164. The box has 169180 on the bottom and it works like the old one and looks just as good no matter what color your coffee pot is.
We were unable to find a coffee pot that fit this model after it was broken so my roomate devised a solution to make it work in the meantime. He took the little plastic tab that closes off a bag of bread and used it under the filter in the filter cup to clip around the devise that holds the brewer open and let the coffee pour out below. Then we used a four cup Pyrex measuring cup underneath to catch the coffee. The first time I tried this without the device the coffee flooded out of the pot and all over the sink and not in the Pyrex because I didn't realize the previous pot held this device open. Just remember to let it finish brewing because it doesn't shut off when you remove the pot once you rig this up. A paper clip might work also. Good Luck!