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@kathyhg Thanks for the confirmation.
@pop55 Wow, you are right – the best I could find was one where you could set it to 212F and use the keep warm to hold it there. People have been asking about one with no shutoff on line for at least 8 years. Apparently it was done to reduce fire risk from kettles that boiled try.
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What about an instant hot water dispenser? I think the water can be kept at 140-200 degrees, mine produces up to 60 cups near boiling water per hour. Do you think the water would have mycobacteria?