Question about Keurig B100 Coffee Maker
We descaled our b100 and decided to install a charcoal filter for flavor. After installing the filter the drawer locks up and virtually no water comes out.
If you do not hear a buzzing sound through most of the brew AND dispense cycle, then one of the pumps may not be running. the one on the left inflates the bladder that punctures the KCup, the pump on the right puts pressure in the lower resevoir which causes the coffe to siphon up and out the unit. My boot was damaged, but agree with other post that the boot is not as functional as it appears. But both pumps are essential. looking now to locate the pump online.
Posted on Aug 27, 2007
In the water tank you have 2 sillicon tube one of them is stretch at maximum and usaly strech in 2. cut the part split and connect it again. the probleme is because the silicon left is propryety when is strech in very hot water. the best way to slove this problem is to find about 1 in of silicon tube of 1/4 or 3/16 iner and put the new parts of tube directly on the bafle and put the original tube in the new on. it just make a link betwen the bafle and the original tube. put teflon tape on the fitting of the bafle to avoid of the new tube spout out from the fitting.//// but take care and other touble can cause this the pump can be jam because the one way valve on the side of the brewer jam open because is to teith in in is body. check all is thing .if you need somthing eles y will comme back on the site soon :0)
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
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