Question about Keurig Platinum B70 Coffee Maker
Lots of problems with the B60/65/70 units. There are some really good videos on you tube, but trust me, the process to fix is going to be a pain and cost ~$50. You should consider taking yours back for an exchange. There is a known problem with these models and it appears the retailers are being very generous on exchanges (check this out: http://babelniche.wordpress.com/2012/03/10/keurig-dumps-inventor-builds-millions-of-junk-coffee-makers/) .... Good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: keurig B50
This didn't work for me, but I saw that it worked for someone on another forum, so here goes...
If you feel up to taking the bottom plate off your B50, take it off and look at the two connectors (blue & red wires) going to the green part in the center. The vibration of the B50 may have shaken them loose. Reseating the connectors may fix the problem.
Like I said, though, it didn't work for me. Still no love from the B50. It's just over 2 years old, though, so it's out of warranty. Maybe I'll see if I can weasel a B70 for Valentine's Day.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
Not sure if this will help, but I had the same problem over Xmas. This was posted 8 Jan, and I cut/pasted it here. Sounds complicated, but it's not. Just print it off instead of trying to remember it! I'd be interested to see if you had the same 'codes' as I, and if your machine had hot water when it ran... I have not done anything since that post...
Patient: Keurig B60
Symptom: "Not ready" light is on. Reservoir is filled and needles are clean, so problem is not user related.
Internet search yeilded some hope for another Keurig machine. While turned off, simultaneously press and release the small and med button, then menu three times. You get into a programming/diagostics menu. As you scroll (via the menu button) mine says Ready 602, Brew 265, Autooff 099, Set 007, Set/set 099, Descale 099, and Menu 000.
While at 000, press the med button but do not release. Press and release menu and immediately press small, then let go of small and med together. Pump runs and water is circulating, but is cold. Not sure if it should be cold (just a test routine, etc) or whether the heater is blown or something more troublesome.
Anyone have any ideas/experience with this information (I have no problem in ripping the machine apart if I have to. It can't be that complicated!).
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
SOURCE: Our Keurig B60 displays "NOT
Press the off/on switch and poof on the machine and then check.
If that is not helping then try this procedure as follows:---
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. --------- If this instructions also not helping then try this, instead of holding the medium cup while pushing and releasing menu .you simutaneously push and release medium cup and menu and then medium cup and small cup and then check out. Thanks. keep updated for any more query.you can rate this solution and show your appreciation.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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