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Coffee Temperature Is there a way to increase the temperature of the coffee during brewing as well as the warming surface? Our unit appears to brew the coffee at a cooler temperature than other typical coffee makers.

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Hi , if you could open the below cover check the heating sensor might lose connection / if their is possibility to unscrew the sensor try to applied heat sink grease available in appliances repair shop , make clearance to boiling tank thick two papers in applying sink grease,same in warming surface.

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