Question about Krups Small Appliances Espresso Machine
My Krups leaks water from the bottom of the main housing unit- just a small amount that does not effect the brew but does leave a puddle under the unit daily. Also does a lot of hissing throughout the brewing process which I can live with. I mention this in case it might be connected to leaky problem. This unit is less than one year old and started leaking only recently. Thanks!
SOURCE: Keurig B50 Ultra brewer
This is a known problem with the B50 which Keurig will acknowledge if you press them hard. Some users have suggested trying to clean the check valve just inside the water outlet but the best solution is probably to call customer support, complain like crazy, and take the discount on a new machine that they will offer you. Apparently, this problem occurs much more often with the B50 than with more recent models, which may explain why it isn't on the market anymore.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
SOURCE: My Krups won't brew
had the same type of problem with a hair dryer once. A thermal interrupter- I called it a planned obsolescence gizmo- died. I bypassed it with a silver wire soldered in and the hair dryer ran well until another part died years later!! Sailorb
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
SOURCE: delay brew will no longer work.
electronics and steam do not mix mr coffee used to put the control boards under the front where it was warm and dry . now there right where the steam can ruin them ... you might try unpluging it and puting it in the sunlight for a day and see if it drys out another thing go to amazon find your model and make a review , this will help others not to make the same mistake you did BTW just so you know , you dont have a real mr coffee , sunbeam bought them a few years back and now its just china junk .... good luck ......please rate this answer if it helped, 3 or 4 stars .and keep me in the paid department . a 1 or 2 will knock me off the air . thanks
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
If the brewer heats the water but it doen not dispense this is probably because air is trapped in the tubing of the water system.
To solve, use as air compresser with minimum pressure (20-25 psi) and force air through the system using an air nozzle that is long enough to reach into the hole into the area where you fill the water. Place your hand under the dispenser and ensure you can feel the air from the compressor coming through.
Once you clean out the lines, you should be good to go.
We have had our coffee maker sitting on our shelf "broken" for months now. We tried this last ditch effort before tossing the machine in the trash and low and behold it worked! :)
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: Leaks water in the counter.
I fixed mine for 25p... you need to take the back off, and the tank holder out (2 screws each). There is a very thin pipe that comes out the pump - that is the leak.
Unclip the little clip and pull out the pipe and fish out the black o-ring out the hole.
Buy a new o-ring and put back together... no leaks =)
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Mine had the same problem ... all the lights are on, but no heating on the plate, and no dripping of water.
The KM7000 has 2 x MicroTemp G4 thermal cutoff (TCO) fuses which interrupt the Live line, for overheat protection. Mine didn't overheat per se, but the TCO blew anyway. Not reset-able ... need to be replaced with a soldering iron. I'll be happy to advise you to fix this, or fix it for you. Write me at KM7000@flightsystems.biz.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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WATER HOOK UP
The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) requires the following for NSF approved installation:
1. A quick disconnect water connection or enough extra coiled tubing (at least 2x the depth of the unit) so that the Brewer can be moved for cleaning underneath.
2. An approved flow-back prevention device such as a double check valve to be installed between Brewer and water supply.
The Brewer comes equipped with a ¼ inch compression water inlet fitting located in the back. Use a ¼ inch copper tubing to connect the Brewer to a cold water supply. Water pressure should be: 20 PSI min. to 90 PSI max. An external shut-off valve and a water filtering system with a charcoal filter are highly recommended. Turn water supply on and check for leaks at the water inlet connections, tighten compression fitting if necessary.
Hook-up using a garden hose would not be recommended; if the hose is too long you may not meet the minimum required pressure and will have difficulty filling the machine.
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