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Won't brew, but turns on briefly before shutting off

Maker worked until 4/1/08 and was in storage until 5/13/08. When I went to use it, I pressed the on button, saw the indicator light come on briefly and then go out. If I hold the button in for 7-10 seconds, water is sprayed into the basket, but as soon as I stop holding button, it goes off again. Is this repairable?

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