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Keeps flashing 12:00

My cuisinart grind and brew just keeps flashing 12:00. nothing happens when i push any buttons. disconnecting the power for an hour doesn't make a difference either. help! My coffee pot just keeps flashing 18:00. Nothing happens when I push any buttons. I haven't used it in about week. It's about 1.5 years old. I've already tried setting the time. I've also tried the self-clean button in a desperate attempt to get a cup of coffee. Nothing worked.Please help!

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    The display says ON, then goes back to flashing 8888. Since we've had the machine we haven't ever been able to change the time, so we just turn it on when we want coffee. I've read instructions on setting the time, while plugged in but off. I can get the hour and minute to flash separately, but the h/m button doesn't advance the #s. We didn't mind that, but now can't make coffee at all. Thanks for your help.

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I just kept plugging and unplugging the coffee pot. Eventually, the clock stopped blinking, the buttons worked, and all was well.

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