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Odc325 coffee maker works fine but does not maintain heat on brewed coffee. can this heating element in base be replaced. [email protected]

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I have no solution, except to say the same thing happened to me in October 2007. I took the coffeemaker back to the retailer; they replaced it & that one worked fine until July 2008, when the water reservoir started leaking.

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Buy a used coffeemaker at ebay

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I haven't been able to find the base heating element for sale anymore. Best I can suggest is finding one on ebay that still has a working base heater but the water heater no longer works.

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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