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No heat I have the same problem. Did you get anywhere with it? Ben A

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Take off the top and you will see the boiler, you will see thermostat on the boiler, there will be a pin on one reset it by press it down.

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We have a Faberware super fast fully automatic coffee maker model fcp 280 and it doesn't heat up anymore can I repair it? Ben

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If you get continuity on both legs of the power cord then I can explain further how to test the coil in the coffee pot itself.

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