20 Most Recent Bunn BTX-B ThermoFresh 10-Cup Home Thermal Carafe Coffee Brewer, Black Questions & Answers

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Water heats up but nothing comes thru to make the coffee into the craft

This is a common question for the BTX-B. It's a commercial brewer that needs to be pre-filled prior to turning on.. It also needs to be filled again with a full carafe for it to brew properly. I have a link below that will explain how to set up and use this brewer. Aloha, ukeboy57 https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=bunn+grx-b&&view=detail&mid=E6D1ADD550DA3DA5B120E6D1ADD550DA3DA5B120&&FORM=VDRVRV
1/20/2018 9:10:58 AM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Jan 20, 2018
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Bunn thermofresh makes very weak coffee

I work 4 BUNN and we have a flow restrictor sprayhead that might help. If you send me your address we can send one out to you.
4/4/2017 3:59:53 PM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Apr 04, 2017
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Unit leaks water from the rear

There is a recall on certain makes of pots for the gaskets. They have a pot repair program that costs money, or you can request the parts from the company they will send you the parts and instructions on how to replace defective part if your pot is part of the recall.
4/28/2016 4:30:44 AM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Apr 28, 2016
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My Bunn BTX-B coffee maker won't heat the water anymore. I do not hear the water heating either? I have tried emptying the water and staeting over but the heater is not coming on. Is this fixable

The Bun BTX-B has a pair of thermal fuses located on top of the water heater storage unit. If the pot is left without use for a week or so, the thermal fuses will blow if the top of the tank gets too hot (about 150 degrees Fahrenheit) due to the evaporation of water in the storage tank. The operating directions state clearly that if the unit is not going to be used for a few days to turn off the pot. These are there to prevent a fire in case someone does not follow the direction. This is the "MOST" common form of electrical failure in these pots. To access the thermal fuse 1. Unplug the pot and drain pot by inverting the pot in an empty sink. 2. Remove the two Phillips screws located under the water fill flipper door. 3. Gently insert a small flat blade screw driver into the front top of the lid and remove top cover. 4. Remove the 4 screws inside the water routing tank and remove routing tank simply by lifting off. 5. The thermal fuse is mounted to the top of the tank under a clip and is easily slid out from under the clip. There is a brown wire (goes to power cord neutral) and a black wire (goes into tank disk access hole). Simply measure with a multimeter at lowest ohm setting, the meter should read continuity between the black and brown wires, if it reads an open circuit, the part is bad. A replacement thermal fuze assembly kit is available off e-bay for about $10. You can buy individual thermal fuzes and replace one of the two that is bad for about $3, but I recommend the kit for most consumers as it comes with wire crimps already mounted and far easier for the average person to simply install. Repair takes about 5-10 minutes.
4/3/2016 7:29:41 PM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Apr 03, 2016
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My Bunn Thermofresh leaks near

If you will call Customer Service with the model and code date on the bottom. If your machine is 3 years old or less, we will replace it free of charge.
4/3/2016 7:29:05 PM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Apr 03, 2016
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Where can i purchase a replacement sprayer head for a bunn btx b coofe maker

You would need to go to the Bunn website.
11/16/2015 8:27:54 AM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Nov 16, 2015
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Where can i purchase a sprayer head for my btx b

Www.bunn.com
10/30/2015 4:00:39 PM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Oct 30, 2015
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My Bunn Thermofresh quit heating the water.

The Bun BTX-B has a pair of thermal fuses located on top of the water heater storage unit. If the pot is left without use for a week or so, the thermal fuses will blow if the top of the tank gets too hot (about 150 degrees Fahrenheit) due to the evaporation of water in the storage tank. The operating directions state clearly that if the unit is not going to be used for a few days to turn off the pot. These are there to prevent a fire in case someone does not follow the direction. This is the "MOST" common form of electrical failure in these pots. To access the thermal fuse 1. Unplug the pot and drain pot by inverting the pot in an empty sink. 2. Remove the two Phillips screws located under the water fill flipper door. 3. Gently insert a small flat blade screw driver into the front top of the lid and remove top cover. 4. Remove the 4 screws inside the water routing tank and remove routing tank simply by lifting off. 5. The thermal fuse is mounted to the top of the tank under a clip and is easily slid out from under the clip. There is a brown wire (goes to power cord neutral) and a black wire (goes into tank disk access hole). Simply measure with a multimeter at lowest ohm setting, the meter should read continuity between the black and brown wires, if it reads an open circuit, the part is bad. A replacement thermal fuze assembly kit is available off e-bay for about $10. You can buy individual thermal fuzes and replace one of the two that is bad for about $3, but I recommend the kit for most consumers as it comes with wire crimps already mounted and far easier for the average person to simply install. Repair takes about 5-10 minutes.
7/24/2015 5:57:39 PM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Jul 24, 2015
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Water is flowing enen though the the lid is up

Try running some cleaner through the system. May have to do this a couple of times depending on the type of water you have.
7/24/2015 5:55:29 PM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Jul 24, 2015
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I have a Bunn BTX-B. It just stopped heating the water. I received it as a Christmas gift, purchased on Dec. 24, 2010, from Lowes. I do not have the receipt. I emailed customer service. They sent me

Warranty is 1 year parts and labor, 2 years parts only and 3 years for control boards. That model does not have a control board. You could have a bad thermostat, bad high limit, bad thermal link or bad element. Without you having a multimeter anSd the knowledge of how to use it properly it would be best to replace the unit.
3/24/2014 9:23:01 AM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Mar 24, 2014
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Repairing Bunn BTX-B - Popping the GFI Breaker

the screws are under the flip lid where you ad water. sounds like your heating element is shorted most common problem with the bunn not hard to replace call bunn for replacement or order on line. hope this helps you. .lee
1/31/2012 7:50:27 PM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Jan 31, 2012
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De-limed by following maintenance procedures

Is the power switch on the side turned on? Is the outlet it is plugged into functional? Try plugging something else in there.
10/8/2010 3:11:20 PM • Bunn BTX-B... • Answered on Oct 08, 2010
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