Introduction

Make sure that the device is unplugged and removed of all contents before starting this repair. Also be careful when removing and inserting the Heat Plate.

Parts

No parts required.

To begin, carefully open the top lid of the Brew Station.
  • To begin, carefully open the top lid of the Brew Station.

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Gently pull out the filter basket from the Brew Station and set it to the side.
  • Gently pull out the filter basket from the Brew Station and set it to the side.

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Grab the handle and pull up to remove the top container.
  • Grab the handle and pull up to remove the top container.

  • Set this piece close by as you will be needing it for a future step.

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Deck the Halls
With tools and Fix Kits
Using the Crown Bolt #8 Steel Spanner, unscrew the four 8-mm screws labeled in a red outline. Using the Crown Bolt #8 Steel Spanner, unscrew the four 8-mm screws labeled in a red outline.
  • Using the Crown Bolt #8 Steel Spanner, unscrew the four 8-mm screws labeled in a red outline.

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Check again to make sure that the coffee maker is not plugged in. Once the screws are removed, carefully pull off the metal piece.
  • Check again to make sure that the coffee maker is not plugged in.

  • Once the screws are removed, carefully pull off the metal piece.

  • Once the piece is removed, you will be able to access the heater.

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This step involves using the top contained that you put aside in step 3. Using the Philips 2 Screwdriver, unscrew the eight 8-mm screws labeled in a red outline.
  • This step involves using the top contained that you put aside in step 3.

  • Using the Philips 2 Screwdriver, unscrew the eight 8-mm screws labeled in a red outline.

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Once screws are removed, carefully pull out the metal piece from the unit. This is the top part of the heater in the Brew Staton.
  • Once screws are removed, carefully pull out the metal piece from the unit. This is the top part of the heater in the Brew Staton.

  • There are rubber washers inside each of the 8 holes on the piece of metal. Be careful to not let any fall out when handling the piece.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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