Question about Bunn B10 Coffee Maker
It's an easy fix. If you're handy with a soldering iron, you can get a replacement switch (in your choice of colors - think about that!) at any electronics store, perhaps even Radio Shack. It's best to remove the old switch & bring it in to be matched.
If you're not so handy, I'd look around for one of the old, disappearing "mom&pop" electronics shops that you can still find in strip malls. These guys are happy for your business, and have decades of experience. They can do it for you.
If you bring it into a shop, you can save some money by tearing the coffee maker down first (and putting it back together yourself). Otherwise, you're paying them an hourly rate to do what you yourself can do.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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