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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello. If this is the hot water faucet, on the front of the unit, there is a rubber seat that keeps it sealed. Usually it gets a piece of debris, or scale in it with use, or the rubber seat gets worn out and needs replacement. To check, turn off your water, unplug the unit, and drain all the water out of the faucet until it stops, then tilt the unit forward slightly just to get a little more. Now you should be able to unscrew/disassemble the faucet, and pull it out to look at the seat cup, and the faucet interior. If there is scale or debris on the cup, and the faucet interior, it will need to be cleaned, and it may actually require chemicals for scale, if bad enough. If the rubber seat cup is torn, it will need a new one. You can get a new seat at a parts supplier for commercial units in your local area, look in the phone book under "restaurant equipment repair" or go online, plenty of them have a web site. If it is NOT your faucet dripping, we can go from there.
Hope that helps, and thank you.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
It sounds like there is a restriction in the line between the pump and spray nozzle and it is being pushed back out the vent line. I would try running the cleaning cycle per the instructions in the manual. I would use a slightly higher concentration of vinegar to try and clear any hard water deposits causing a blockage. Also try soaking the spray head with vinegar using a small shot glass an see if that helps. If it is within the warranty period I would send the unit back to Keurig if the cleaning cycle does not fix it.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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- Make sure that the filled water container is in the appliance.
- Turn the program selector to "On" with lighting and place a container under the hot water spout and another
under the steam spout.
- Press the hot water button, turn the steam selector counterclockwise and dispense hot water until it flows in
quiet, continuous streams.
- Press the hot water button again.
Turn the steam selector clockwise to o, to turn off the water.
If this doesn't do it for you, you are doing it wrong!
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