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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
801Instruction Book Lwx Series
Part #: 128174-000-000
In stock
2 available
 $2.87
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HBrew Basket, Black
Part #: 136874-000-000
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
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Mrc, 12 Cup, Black ,Replacement Decanter Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: ISD17
Discontinued
N/A
D.1Lid Decanter, Black, Jh
Part #: 133129-000-000
In stock
1 available
 $4.32
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802Plug Overfill Black, Jh
Part #: 133127-000-000
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $1.92
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803Mrc, Water Filter, Disk And Frame
Part #: 114683-000-000
In stock
19 available
 $4.32
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804Mrc, 1 Water Filter Replacement, Disk
Part #: 113035-001-000
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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Tammyglee
Question: Wont Brew

Tammyglee

Just stopped brewing
WJA
Reply: Wont Brew

WJA

Hello Tammyglee,

Since the manufacture does not supply electrical repair parts to the consumer for this unit, you might try locating a Mr. Coffee service center in your area to see what it might cost to repair yours.

WJA
pete
Question: Leaking

pete

leaking water overnight from reservoir
1094331
Reply: Leaking

1094331

My coffee maker did that. There are two hoses in the bottom one had a crack in it almost all the way around. They carry the water thru the heating element.
Jim
Question: Blown Fuse

Jim

This is the third coffeemaker in two years. Thermal fuse blows constantly. Have to solder in new one. I don't know whether Mr. Coffee or Sunbeam is making these things but they are pieces of crap. They sure aren't the coffeemakers I remember having for 5-10 years.
Jeff
Reply: Blown Fuse

Jeff

You might want to check your mains supply and/or plug the coffee pot into a surge suppressor. I've had mine for 2 years in various outlets and 2 different houses without so much as a hiccup.
While it works its great. But this is the second Mr. Coffee maker that has just stopped brewing. I'm tired of buying new ones as soon as they get out of warranty. Mr Coffee .com was no help.
fancyboxy