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Bunn Automatic Coffee Maker

When I push the button to brew the coffee only cold water comes out. The

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  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2009

    the first pot brews fine, the second pot is weak. I think the water is not heating quickly enough and perhaps the element heating the internal resevoir is starting to fail. where can i find the element and instructions for replacement?

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Make sure that the machine is turned on on the left side in the back.  this machine needs an hour or so to warm up the reservoir of water built in to the machine.  try again.  this machine should stay on all the time.

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