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My DeLonghi DCM485 coffee maker will not brew coffee. Cannot find any troubleshooting to solve it. Help

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  • Sunflour Aug 12, 2008

    When I tried to brew my coffee this morning it didn't brew. Everything is filled and put in right like I have done for the past 3 years with it. I turned it off and on and nothing happened. I miss my coffee :-( please help

  • lazlodog Apr 09, 2009

    COFFEE POT WORKED PERFECTLY . . . UNTIL 2 DAYS AGO WHEN IT WAS LOADED UP W/WATER & GROUND COFFEE - CLOCK WORKED; LIGHT WAS LIT. PUSHED TO START - NOTHING - TRIED EVERYTHING - WILL NOT BREW COFFEE - SUGGESTIONS?

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The same thing happened to me....At least you got three years out of yours, I got three months.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly

First you must set the clock. Page 6 of this pdf manual:

http://www.smallappliance.com/images/SmallAppliance/English/products/standard/DCM485.pdf

Then prgram per instructions at the bottom of page 6 and the top of page 7 of the same manual. I note step 2 is missing from the manual.....


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THANKS "Guest" - you just saved me $100 !
I had already bought a new coffee maker (Krups) when I came across your post.  The thermal fuses (there are two of them) are indeed hidden - they are right underneath the metal braces/clamps that push them against the heating element that they are meant to monitor.  If you take off these clamps and pull back the white insulation you can easily replace the fuse(s).  What you need is:
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In order to make this easy to do, I disconnected the water intake/outtake and also removed the two screws holding the whole heating assembly.  Made it a lot easier

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