Question about Keurig B60 Coffee Maker
Coffee maker works when not using plug with ground fault protection but on any receptacle with ground fault protection the ground fault is tripped on plugging into receptacle. this does not require cutting the unit on. this has happened on receptacles on differnet ground faults so it does not appear to be the ground fault. i was told it was probably the heating element but why would this trip the ground fault before cutting the unit on. any suggestions? thanks for your help.
I just opened one of the machines with this issue and found that the heating element is entirely ripped open (over the length of the coiled heating element) and the water contaminated with brownish stuff from within the element.
Was wondering if that part can be replaced.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
You have a leak on to and electrical component or an element that is bad. Stop using it due to possible electrical shock and take it to an authorized repair center or get a new one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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