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Time setting - Kenmoore Drip Coffeemaker 100.407063 10

I was ok with setting the time and auto brew for the first time. When I hit the brew button the next morning, the clock display changed to 5. 0. I've unplugged to reset but the time format is still 5. 0 and only goes to 9. How can I change the time format back to normal?

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    Robin McDuff Jan 29, 2014

    I exchanged the coffeemaker for a new one, which is working fine.

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