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Old 08-13-2016, 11:09 AM
dieseljeep dieseljeep is offline
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Originally Posted by Username1 View Post
measure the dam thing center to both ends, one way there should be a reading,
then double it. Even if you have to cut it in half with a dremel & cutting wheel.

My Mr. Coffee died of hardening of it's single artery. I got now the wife's older
procter-silex, no timers on either one, I herd about them and fires back in the
80's so I'm chicken of them forever now....

I run vinegar through them with each use now to keep calcium from building up.
The old one leaked and the calcium build up made it take 40 minutes to make
a single pot of coffee...... Built up over time so it was not noticeable

But now at about 4 minutes to make a pot, wow how did I not notice it
before.....

""" After 5 short years, my uncle's coffee maker activated its' "planned
obsolescence" feature ....... """ Priceless ! !

Get a schematic from http://oemplannedobsolescencedevices...ers/index.html

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I drink at least four cups and at times, seven cups a day. I have a large mug and keep refilling it. I have a commercial grade Mr. Coffee, four cup with auto shutoff and even a grounding line cord, in like new condition. There was a large amount of them donated to the thrift, when the local Motor Inn, must've switched to Keurigs.
The things, literally flew off the shelf for $2.99 each, I bought two.
My home has extremely hard water, furnished by a community well. I run my coffee water through a Brita pitcher to take out most of the hardness.
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