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Hamilton beach brewstation will not brew

Can you define will not brew? Do you mean no water transfers from the holding tank to the brew carafe? Does coffee not heat up?

Apr 11, 2013 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47665

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Pot will not Make coffee. it beeps and says pour in water when the water is already in the pot. It then Beeps and Shuts off. I think the heating element is shot. That sucks this vpot is only 2 1/2 months...

Does the water flow into the cup but doesn't heat up? If the water isn't hot, then it's the heating element. Otherwise it may be a sensor that went nuts.

Mar 07, 2011 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47665

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Brews finw but won't keep coffee hot

Could be the thermostat sensor, or the warm mode heating element, or the section of the control module for the warm mode. The details are model dependent.

If the coffee maker is out of warranty, it may not be worth servicing.

Jerry G.

May 12, 2010 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47224 Coffee...

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My hamilton beach brew stations quits after brewing 2 cups of coffee.... we have to turn it off and turn it back on several times to get the whole pot brewed. help.

You just need to run white vinegar through it. Put white vinegar in the same way you do water (but don't put any coffee grounds in the basket). Run it as many times as it takes to get all the vinegar out, and then run it again three or four times the same way. After it runs normally, run water through it until the vinegar smell is gone.

The cause of the slow brewing is that the water you normally use has some amount of hardness to it, and over time the hard water minerals build up on the heating element inside the machine. The buildup prevents the heating element from heating the water as fast as designed. The vinegar will dissolve the minerals and let the heater work at full capacity again.

If you want to avoid this in the future, just run the white vinegar through it once a month or so even if it's not running slow.

Jan 31, 2010 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47224 Coffee...

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Coffee perks luke warm

Your heating element is toast! If you want to risk taking it apart, there is a fuse inside that can be replaced and if the fuse is still in working order, (test it using a meter), the heating element is dying.
There is nothing else to do, but buy a new coffee maker.

Feb 27, 2009 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47224 Coffee...

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Won't get all water out

I just fixed it! I took the bottom off and snipped the wire ties so that I could remove the heating element. There are 2 clear tubes about 1/2" thick attached to each side. The one on the left had some coffee beans jammed inside from when my 6 year old tried to make coffee. I removed the tube and cleaned it out thoroughly and assembled the coffee maker back together and it brews perfectly now. The leaking has also stopped. Hope this helps someone.

Nov 10, 2008 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47214 Coffee...

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Won't brew a full pot.

well I hope this helps some, i was having a similar problem with my brewstation and decided to take it apart ( why not, it's already broken! ) this machine has seen a year of very heavy use and I could not bring myself to just throw it away. It would take forever to brew and I would have to turn it off and on several times to brew a full pot. I unplugged the machine, emptied out the water and turned it on it's back. Remove the 4 phillipshead screws and the two torx screws from the bottom ( if you dont have torx handy like me just gently pry the two halves apart till the screws pull through- after you have removed the phillips heads!) at this point the bottom will just come right off, no special tricks. You will now see a horseshoe shaped aluminum tube with orange silicone tubes at either ends of it, this is the heatime element. slide the small hose clamps back away from the element on the hoses and pull the hoses off both sides of the element end only, this will require a little elbow grease to do. Now carefully remove the two phillips screws securing the heating element to the maker BE OBSERVANT AS TO HOW THE WASHERS AND SPACERS ARE SECURED and remove them. To give yourself a little room for the element to come further out of the machine also remove the wiring clamp from the inside, it is a white half "c" plastic piece with 2 screws holding it, it is securing about 7 wires down with wire nuts on them. Once this is removed it will give you enough play to pull the heating element several inches away from the machine, do so. Now look inside the tubes of the element and you should see one side looks clear and clean and the other end is probably going to be clogged solid with tan colored gunk, the water could not pass through!. I took a piece of metal coat hangar (all i had around at the time) and bent it to the conture of the element and used it to **** out the element, uncloging it. this takes a little time because the buildup is very hard to break up. Once that is done carefully wash out the element getting all the build up that was broken up out, CLEAN IT GOOD!. The next step is to dry the exterior and make sure all the wiring is dry, try not to wet the wires at the wiring nuts or it may short out. Now re assemble the machine, run cleaner through and enjoy a cup of coffee !!

Aug 12, 2008 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47214 Coffee...

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My brewStation 47214 stopped pumping water today, even though the warming element continued to get hot. A half dozen screws later I discovered a second heating element inside the coffee maker. The internal element is what heats the water and forces it into the basket. This element was burned out, religating my brewstation to the garbage. Probably last 3+ years.

Jul 11, 2008 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47214 Coffee...

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Are you pouring the water into the water reservoir? My wife bought a BrewStation and the same thing happend to me the first time I used it. Of course, I did not have the directions. I filled the removable water/coffee tank, but did not transfer the water into the 'water' reservoir. The water does not drain by itself.

Works fine now.

Oct 12, 2007 | Hamilton Beach BrewStation 47214 Coffee...

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