Question about Keurig B60 Coffee Maker
I had bugs in my kitchen and would lije to drain the inner water tank of my I had bugs in my kitchen and would like to drain the inner water reservoir on my B60 Keurig coffee maker to be assured that there are no bugs in the internal reservoir3but cannot seem to find out how to empty in without having to buy a new one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found this solution on another post. Unfold a small metal paper clip and insert through the lower piercing needle of the cup holder to **** out any debris in the needle.Even a small piece of coffee or debris can slow the water flow through the cup.
Posted on May 01, 2009
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They have every Part for Keurig b30, b40, b60, b70, and b77. If it’s not listed currently and they can have it posted the same day! Even K-cup holder assemblies and water reservoirs!
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
SOURCE: How do I drain water
If leave it for a couple of months without using it, later on when you will need to use it again it by 95% it will be stuck. Their many parts related with water , 2 pumps, valves, jet pasages that even one of this goggled with a sales part then the machine will need complete desaesemble manual descaled and put back together.
So I sugest to find a way so that the machine keep work atleast once a week or even lent to a friend istead of put it on the shelf for long time.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
You have to remove teh 5 screws from the bottom plate on the unit and they there is a small translucent corrugated hose fastened with a small ty-rep. Remove this hose and simply drain the stainless tank to the sink and replace the hose over the barb, slide the ty-rap back in place and it is EMPTY. Takes ten minutes start to finish. Phillips screwdriver and needlenose pliers are all that is needed.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
SOURCE: my k cup reusable coffee
I had the same issue and found a **** fix that is working well. The issue is that the hole in the my-kcup doesn't seal to the machine so I take a square of foil and put it over the top of the closed my-kcup assembly, crimping it under the rim of the cap. This seals the assembly and forces the water through the my-kcup. It also makes a better cup of coffee because the water is all going through the grounds.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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