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Introduction

Is your Cuisinart coffee maker producing cold coffee because the heating element contacts are disconnected? If so, this guide will provide instructions on how to reconnect contacts to the heating element. To complete this task you will need a soldering iron, soldering wire and a T10 driver bit.

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  1. Flip the coffee maker over so the bottom is facing upwards. Use the screwdriver with size 4 extension with the T10  Torx bit to remove all four 17 mm long screws. Lift the bottom cover off the bottom of the coffee maker.
    • Flip the coffee maker over so the bottom is facing upwards.

    • Use the screwdriver with size 4 extension with the T10 Torx bit to remove all four 17 mm long screws.

    • Lift the bottom cover off the bottom of the coffee maker.

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  3. If heating element contacts are disconnected, use soldering iron with soldering wire to re-bond the contacts. Solder iron can cause burns if used improperly
    • If heating element contacts are disconnected, use soldering iron with soldering wire to re-bond the contacts.

    • Solder iron can cause burns if used improperly

Conclusion

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

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Cuisinart Drip Coffee Maker:

Model CBC-6500PCC

In use:

Less than one year.

Problem:

Not heating

Cause:

Blown thermal fuse (240C) connected in series with one side of heating element (there are two, each one connected in series and attached directly to each side of the heating element.) Not replaceable by itself.

Remedy:

Replacement under warranty or purchase a used one at Goodwill, Salvation Army, Value Village, local online personal seller, etc.

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