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Has power, heating element working, but machine not brewing. Help!

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  • daubuchn Jul 28, 2008

    Heating element works, water in reservoir,coffee is dry - seems the water is not getting pumped up to coffee filter holder. Worked fine until today.

  • ftraver Aug 07, 2008

    not brewing, brew coil ok

  • bunchobeuks Aug 09, 2008

    No water is being pumped through the machine

  • Anonymous Nov 11, 2008

    Won't pump water, heating element is on, power is on, no coffee

  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2008

    i have the same problem

  • Genestan Dec 11, 2008

    Yep, same problem. The light comes on, the warmer plate heats up, but no water is pumped up to the coffee filter. Help!

  • tweety1428 Apr 08, 2009

    hamilton beach brew station has water in and it doesnt make coffee. the grounds are dry,heater is hot,light is on. and it made a pot this morning and now just stop

  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2009

    everything on but not getting water to the dry grounds to brew the coffee.

  • Anonymous May 10, 2009

    I just got this model for Mother's Day. Aaaargh. Same problem. Why aren't there any solutions posted? I really want to figure this out because this seems like a neat model....

  • Anonymous May 10, 2009

    Aaargh, me too, same problem. I just got this for Mother's Day and I want this to work! No solutiosn posted yet????

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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.

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  • pcos_us Jan 11, 2012

    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.

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Has power, heating element working, but machine will not brew.

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