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Kitchen... | Answered 10 hours ago

The Bunn Ultra-2 originally came with several circuit boards, including the main control board and a small memory board also known as the "TIC Clock". This little board, screwed in directly behind the main control board and has a small round metal circuit on it that looks like a watch battery, but it is not -- the metal "Can" contains the timing and memory functions for the main control board.
There is also a small battery inside the "can", which maintains the memory when power is removed from the machine. Over time, this battery will fail and you will see an error message on your LCD readout that says ":Bad TIC Clock". In the past you could just buy a new TIC Board from Bunn and install it and you'd be back on your way again. But, Bunn no longer sells the TIC Board and instead Bunn wants you to purchase a new Main Circuit Board that has the memory and timing functions built right on the new Main Board. The list price is over $200.
You can now purchase a TIC Board Rehabilitation kit from the Margarita Guys for under $50 which will replace the failed circuitry on the small TIC Board. Go to ebay and search "Bunn TIC Board" and you will see the kit available there. It includes all the necessary tools, 9 pages of detailed instructions and annotated photos, free Priority Shipping, and free phone access to their Bunn trained and certified Journeyman Technicians for any help you may need.
This should be the perfect answer to resolve your Bad TIC Clock message and the working errors that come with it.

Bunn Kitchen... | Answered Yesterday

Kitchen... | Answered Yesterday

I would suggest that the standby light is there to let you know that the unit is ready and waiting for you to set it and for use. Much like any appliance such as TV,s etc have standby lights. Any appliance with a standby light use a small amount of power. When not in use, its recommended to turn it off at the power point to save a bit of power.

Salton Kitchen... | Answered on Oct 11, 2019

You can usually find these, and just about every part to totally overhaul Rival slicers on EBay.

The Kitchen... | Answered on Oct 11, 2019

(N.B. I think there may be two variants of the Ultimate Plus, TR2500BC. They can be
distinguished by the number of rivets in the pan, 3 or 4. Mine has 3.)

I had a similar problem. Holding down the Reset button and plugging
or unplugging the machine didn't work for me. (Note: I've been
pretty careful to hold the Reset button when I unplug the machine
after baking a loaf.) This procedure worked for me:

1. Unplug the machine.
2. Remove the plastic keypad housing. There are three screws: left,
right, rear. (Note: One has a different thread from the others.)
3. Rock the housing back and forth to remove it.
4. Remove the white protective cover. It has two screws.
5. (You *did* unplug the machine, didn't you?)
6. Identify the ribbon cable and locate where its connector seats on
the circuit board.
7. The circuit board has little printed labels opposite each pin.
At one end are the labels GND, VCC, VDD, in order.
8. Short together GND and VCC with a small piece of wire by sticking
the ends of the wire into the top of the connector to touch the contacts.
9. Do the same with GND and VDD.
10. The machine should work now. With the keypad housing, circuit
board, and cables safely away from the metal body, plug the machine in.
You should hear a beep, and all should be well.
11. Rejoice, be glad, and make some bread.

Breadman TR2200C... | Answered on Oct 11, 2019

sorry we do not search for parts , that is your job try the manufacturer's website

The Kitchen... | Answered on Oct 10, 2019


Kitchen... | Answered on Oct 10, 2019

Its highly unlikely that the cord has asbestos insulation, but the only true way to confirm is to send a sample to a lab. If your gentle with it and don't crumble it all should be well.

Kitchen... | Answered on Oct 09, 2019

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