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What can I make with the programmable electronics from my wife's oldcoffee pot?

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by [email protected], Jul 30, 2013.

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  1. Guest

    My wife's old coffee pot bit the dust mechanically, and has been replaced. I have the programmable electronic clock and controls which still work perfectly. The programmble control allows turning on of any load up to about 15 amps, based on the relay that does the switching of the 120V to the load.. Once on, I believe the load is connected permanently. I haven't tested that yet.

    Now I am wondering what to do with the electronics. I hate to just toss out a perfectly functioning clock and timer. IDEAS!!!!!????!!!!!
  2. Guest

    Why do I envision the episode of The Simpsons in which Homer makes a time machine out of a toaster ?

    Anyway, many years ago I had a digital clock with a timer that instead of having a radio, had an outlet on the side. I have no idea what happened to it but I lost it somehow. I know I lost it because I wouldn't have given it away or sold it. I thought it a useful thing.

    I think it used to turn off after a couple of hours, pretty much like a clock radio does. You'll probably find the same about this. After a while theywouldn't want the heating element on all day. I would think......

    The brewing element is what pulled all the current though, and it wasn't a big concern because when it's not suberged in water it turns on for a splitsecond then the thermostat turns it off for quite some time.

    To be the most versatile I think the best idea would be to just wire an electrcal outlet to it.
  3. Guest

    See my comments on
  4. bud--

    bud-- Guest

    Who is likely to do that?

    Can't crosspost from google-groups?
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  6. I used an oven clock as just a clock for years. It had a huge bright
    flourescent display.
  7. I've long used a Delco digitally tuned car radio as a bedside radio. I
    think the display is flourescent, it's not LED or LCD. I soon discovered
    I needed to find how to dim the display, with the lights off the radio
    display almost lit up the room.

  8. A car radio next to the bed is a great idea.
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