I have a Farberware 206 percolated that perks great, but
I have a Farberware 206 percolated that perks great, but won't stop perking. Can you tell me if it's broken and if so, can it be fixed? Thank you. *****JA: I'll do all I can to help. How long have you been dealing with this?Customer: Well I bought it on eBay and it came that way.JA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: I'm handy, but I don't think I'm that handy. From what I've read, I probably need a thermostat. I have no clue where to get one or what to do with it, or if that's the problem. I'd like to have it fixed professionally.JA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: My expertise is in drinking coffee, ask me anything you think you should know. I also have a Royal Rochester, same problem.
Farberware replaced a 12cup and an 8cup percolator in May 2013
Farberware replaced a 12cup and an 8cup percolator in May 2013 on warranty for me. We use our 8 cup percolator every day and the same problem has occurred. The coffee is not very hot and it takes much more coffee to make the strength coffee we prefer. The percolator performed well for 9-12 months, this makes me feel it must be the thermostat.Because this is exactly the same problem, I am reluctant to purchase another Farberware percolator. We do not use the 12 cup percolator everyday and so far it is fine. Please advise.
Our school Regalware coffee pot broke tonight. The plug
Our school Regalware coffee pot broke tonight. The "plug" at the base of the center bar is now wedged into the bottom of the coffee pot. It is a silver 55 cup coffee pot. The water still is able to drain and come out the spicket. Is it safe to use? The center bar does screw somewhat into the "plug".