Question about Keurig B60 Coffee Maker
I have a B60 and it does not have the "NOT READY" problem when I did the "priming" process. So I brought this B70 during Christmas this year, I had the exact "NOT READY" problem during the "priming" process like most of the people here. They sure DO have some engeineering/quality control issue here. No water was coming out and it looked like the pump had some kind of problem in getting water from the tank when the "priming" process was taken place. Instead of waiting a technican to call me back on Monday, I decided to ask my friend Google. It appeared there are a lot of people have the same problem and only ONE of the postings offered a solution and it WORKS!!! Here is the link and the extracted method in showing you how to reset the B70 so that you can retry the "priming" process. PS: You may have to try MANY times for the step #3 as described. http://www.all-about-coffee-makers.com/my-experince-of-keurig-b66-coffee-maker.html Fixed Not Ready Mode by: Anonymous Bummed - I talked to Keurig this morning (Dec 27, 2008). There are 4 steps to fix this: 1. Simultaneously press and release "small mug" and "medium mug". Immediately afterward press "menu" 3 times. (Menu is the black button under the display screen.) You should see a time 6:09 on your screen. 2. Press "menu" once. Your LCD screen should say Brew 0:00. 3. (I messed this step up like 10 times and had to unplug the machine, then replug it and start over at step one. You have to unplug if the LCD displays "auto ____". If it continues to flash "Not Ready" and "Brew" then you can just keep trying step 3). Press and hold "medium mug". While holding "medium mug" press and release "menu". Immediately after pressing "menu" (while still holding "medium mug") press "small mug". Release "small mug" and "medium mug" at the same time. This entire thing needs to be done very quickly. as soon as you release "menu" go to "small mug" and release both buttons quickly. 4. Unplug the machine (do not turn it off). Wait for 3 seconds or so. Plug it back in, turn it on and follow the instructions for priming.
GOOD LUCK :o)
Posted by: Harry at December 28, 2008 10:05 AM
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
I just called Keurig because my B66 wasn't going through the whole brew cycle and was not dispensing water. I told him i did the reset procedure found online... he said you really should NOT do that, unless instructed by a techinican, because it could be bad! While i was on the phone w/ him my keurig completely died! BUT- they are sending me a replacement out immediately! YEAH KEURIG! just a little FYI
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