Question about Keurig B60 Coffee Maker
The exit needle could be clogged located( inside bottom of the holder assembly). Remove K-cup assembly and detach funnel. Insert a paper clip or simiilar tool into the exit needle to loosen the clog and push it out. REMEMBER, the needles are very sharp, proceed with caution!!
You may also need to Descale your Keurig...I do this every other month due to high mineral content in my potable water. Change out resevoir filter and clear exit needles as part of Descaling. Disable "auto shut off" feature, remove reservoir filter and do not use a kcup prior to proceeding. Place 48ounces of white vinegar into reservoir, press brew, discarding each mug of water down kitchen drain and repeat until "Add Water". Let brewer stand for four hours in "On" . Rinse after 4 hours by filling water reservoir with fresh water and press brew until ADD WATER is indicated.
I run two full fresh water cycles before actually using the Keurig for beverages I will consume.
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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