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My cw series is a plumbed-in unit. Water flows continuously from the spray head. I think that either (1) the water level sensor is bad (2) the shut off valve is stuck open. Ideas? Can the water level sensor be cleaned? Is it in a place that is accessible?

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The CW series brewers do not have level probes they run strictly on a timer and a solenoid to control the water flow. So, that said, the problem could be the solenoid. If the brewer constantly drips/runs even when the front "ON/OFF" switch is off then it is the solenoid. If the brewing stops with switch off then it is the timer. The timer is located in the panel behind the filter basket on the front of the machine (6 screws) If the brewer has a manual timer set it to about 2 minutes, a good starting point for a pot of water (1/2 gallon). If it stops brewing then you need to fine tune the timer to give you right amount of water for your brewing method. If it doesn't stop... then you will need a new timer. If your brewer does NOT have a "dial/manual" timer follow the instructions on the backside of the panel to "reset" the brew level. If it does not reset you will need a new control board. Hope this helps.

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