Question about Keurig B50 Coffee Maker
I think that the unit senses its emptiness via an optical device that triggers when the red indicator ball hits the bottom of the tube. It could be that the tube is dirty from deposits (calcium or whatever,) fooling the B100 into thinking the ball is still at the bottom.. Basically you'd have to open up the machine and see whats what, the tubes can be cleaned but if it is a defective sensor you wouldn't be able to get a replacement, but you could probably jury rig a way to defeat the sensor itself.
The units are serviceable if you are handy, but it isn't as simple as replacing a fuse...
Posted on Nov 29, 2007
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