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Thermal Fuse for Bunn GR-10 - Bunn BX HOME BREWER 10-Cup Coffee Maker

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Check for free download of manual.
*** the following is for information only. Equipment should be service by a qualified tech. ***
* Thermal fuse is pretty standard for all bunn equipment. They are readily available from many on line sources as well as a local restaurant equipment store (FESCO, Restaurant supply parts, etc.)
* though thermal high limit fuses blow when no water is in the brewer when powered up. This means the heater element got hot enough to melt things and eventually over heat the fuse. Replacing the fuse may not solve all your brewers problems.
* It might be wise to check for a repair kit on line, just to be sure your covered for other problems.
* Final, Check your warranty before performing any repairs. You could probably get the whole unit replaced.
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SOURCE: GR-10 Bunn coffeemaker: Heating element is split

I do apologize but the part you are looking for is not available. Please look at the bottom of the brewer for the model and date code. Then contact customer service so that you can be assisted further. The machine carries a 3 year warranty so if it is 3 years old or less it will be replaced at no cost. If it is older than 3 years, it will be replaced at a reduced price.

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