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Cofeemaker coffeemaker just died it made half a pot then just stipped now it wont get hot all the lights are on but hotplate wont get warm at all and it wont brew

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  • shobgood Jan 21, 2009

    it just all-of-a sudden quit working ...  the red light comes on but it doesn't brew nor does the hotplate get warm

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Throw it away.

Posted on Jul 26, 2007

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