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Coffee Maker Repair

Coffee makers are a well-used appliance, so its parts can break down from time to time. Our repair guide outlines the parts that are likely to be causing the issue at hand, how to locate that part, and fix it with ease and confidence. Save time, money, and not to mention the environment, and let us guide you through a DIY repair.

Controls or buttons don't work right
Reported 10% of the time
Are the buttons not working right on your coffee maker? It is most likely the knob or switch that is causing the problem. Once you have inspected these two parts, read on for information on how you can diagnose the issue yourself. Refer to your owner's manual for detailed instruction for your model.
Burnt or electrical smell
Reported 5% of the time
The last thing you want to smell when brewing a fresh pot of coffee is a burnt or electric smell. Our experts have narrowed down the most likely parts for causing this issue: the power cord, holder, basket, and carafe. Now that you have figured out the part where this is coming from, read our expert tips on how you can repair this yourself.
Won't turn on
Reported 4% of the time
The coffee maker is generally something people use every day, so when it won't turn on, this can be frustrating. Let us walk you through the repair process, by first narrowing down the possible parts that could be responsible for this. Check the power cord, switch, knob, control board, thermal fuse, and thermostat. Our guide will let you know what to look for when inspecting these parts, and ways you can fix it. Refer to your owner's manual for more specific advice on your model.
Trips the power source circuit breaker
Reported 1% of the time
If your coffee maker trips the power source circuit breaker, inspect these parts for damage: the heating element, power cord, gasket, and control board. Before you consider replacing your coffee maker altogether, use our repair guide to help you get it back to running normally on your own. Check your owner's manual for information related to your model.
Heats for too long or won't shut off
Reported 1% of the time
If your coffee maker heats for too long or won't shut off, we are here to help you fix it. Luckily, you only have two likely parts that could be the culprit: the thermostat and the switch. To help you with this repair we have also provided tips on how you can determine which part is the issue, and how you can go about fixing it. Refer to your owner's manual for advice specific to your model.

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