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Keurig B70 Not Ready Message

Just bought the B70, plugged it in, filled the water tank, and pressed BREW to prime machine.

Now it is just flashing NOT READY.

How the heck do I reset this thing and get it working?

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Push the 2 buttons next to menu at same time then press menu. Wait for keurig lights to blink then release buttons. You just reset your keurig. Turn on and enjoy.

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Unplug the unit for 20 seconds- 1minute. Plug it in again. You should be able to program from the menu. Hope this works.

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