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Our Curtis Alpha coffee maker has not been used in a while. After running water through resevoir to ensure the tanks were full we brewed a pot. Coffee came out very light and cold. What should the next step be? Should we just brew a new pot now that it has cycled? How should we use?

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Sounds like elements are not turned on there might be a switch for the elements or the hi-limit thermostat is damaged, or the pressure stat is turned off.

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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the model may have a digital timer that is accessed using the panel swithes get the number for wilbur curtis from thier web site they will talk you through it {simple} the other style timer is a potentiometer type... To adjust first unplug brewer, look behind either the front panel or top cover for a dial with numbers around it. turn the dial down slightly brew a pot of water see where the water level comes keep turning down till desired level is reached...

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