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I have a BCO 264B. It turns on but doesn't make coffee nor does the warmer plate heat. Is there any way to fix it?

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I understand this unit has a fuse inside that blows out. I cannot confirm this as I need to find a special screwdriver to open it. I'll post back my results if possible.

Posted on Apr 04, 2009

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I had the exact same problem with my DeLonghi Caffe Verona Expresso Machine (very old) and I replaced the thermal fuse and Bingo....it works fine! I did call DeLonghi and the tech told me the Thermal Fuse is the most common problem of no power. (providing your unit is plugged in and the receptacle works) In my unit the fuse is on top (only one) and it did have a plastic sleeve over it. The fuse was bought at Radio Shack for 1.99 and I had to solder it on because I forgot to get the little crimp ends from the Radio Shack guy. oops If I can do it...anybody can. (55 year old Grandma)

Posted on Apr 08, 2011

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