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After the coffee is made, the water seems to continue to heat

The water gets hotter and steam and condensation builds on the outside of the coffee maker

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  • conleyce Apr 02, 2009

    Where is the thermo switch?

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Check this:

  1. termo swich,
  2. swich for steam
  3. termoswich for steam
replace with new if thay does not work good, and obligatory put one new TERMOFUSE for your safety, becouse she does not trigered obviously.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

  • Sulejman Sulejmani
    Sulejman Sulejmani Apr 02, 2009

    they 3 together are attached to boiler, each one has his function

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