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How can i get repair parts for a keurig b2003 coffee maker?

Looking for repair parts for a keurig B2003

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: I cannot get a full cup of coffee from my Keurig

I HAD A SIMULAR PROBLEM...AFTER DESCALING WITH VINIGAR I NOTICED THAT MY COFFEE CUP WASNT ALWAYS SERVED FULL....THEN AFTER A LITTLE DIGGING ON THIS SITE IT BECAME OBVIOUS....I HAD A PIECE OF SOMETHING STUCK IN THE ONE WAY VALVE...SO TO SOLVE THIS I DISCONECTED MY KEURIG,BROUGHT IT OUT TO MY SHED AND CAREFULLY BLEW OUT THE THE ENTIRE UNIT WITH MY AIR COMPRESSOR BEING CAREFUL NOT TO USE TO MUCH PRESSURE AND BLOWING OUT A SEAL.....BROUGHT IT BACK IN,FIRED IT UP,WORKS PERFECT AGAIN...EVEN THE DESCALE LIGHT NOW STAYS OFF.NO MORE PINCHING THE RUBBER RETURN VALVE IN THE RESIVIOR JUST TO BREW A CUP OF COFFEE. HOPE THIS HELPS SOMEONE........................

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

cmccune04
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SOURCE: Missing Keurig part

This is actually an ebay store. They have any Keurig part you could possibly need! It's the only steady keurig part business operating right now. Prices are fair products are in great condition. Seller has 100% positive feedback with 100's of satisfied customers who voiced their opinions of them.

They have parts for Keurig B30 mini, B40 Elite, B60 Special Edition, B70 Platinum, and B77

http://www.igotsweetdeals.com or

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Posted on Apr 13, 2010

cmccune04
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SOURCE: Permanent Keurig filter leaks

Are you using the my k-cup with the Keurig pre-filled K-cups? If so it won't work. There must be a needle on the top and bottom of the K-cup for this machine to work. The My personal K-cup does not have a needle in the bottom. It's only to be used for filling with your own coffee.

Posted on Apr 14, 2010

cmccune04
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SOURCE: need parts list for ELITE B40 KEURIG coffee maker

Should be listed in your manual. If you need parts check this out.

This is actually an ebay store. They have any Keurig part you could possibly need! It's the only steady keurig part business operating right now. Prices are fair products are in great condition. Seller has 100% positive feedback with 100's of satisfied customers who voiced their opinions of them.

They have parts for Keurig B30 mini, B40 Elite, B60 Special Edition, B70 Platinum, and B77

http://www.igotsweetdeals.com or

http://stores.ebay.com/Igotsweetdeals

Posted on Apr 14, 2010

espressonist
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SOURCE: my keurig coffee maker turns its self off, even

If you can also see there are a lot of inquiries about the same or similar problem. We have already investigate the matter and it is a design problem from Keurig and it not any much that you can do,
We have a tip at the link that it explains it some more
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5543433-keuring_coffee_maker_b60_b70

Moreover you can contact the keurig customer service which we here that they are more than happy to help you and in many cases they have replace the machines with no further question, you can try also since you are a customer with rights.
Good luck

Posted on Aug 15, 2010

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I am looking for the black molded piece that snaps in and holds the k-cups. where can I find it?


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I can help you get this part. Please email me with a more detailed description or picture of what hose your looking for.

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Nov 15, 2009 | Keurig B70 Coffee Maker

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Keurig will tell you to dump it.....but they will be more than happy to sell you a new one. Me? My B100 burned out/just quit working after 1.5 yrs. Keurig offered me a new one (B something or other for 99.00 which which leaked all over the kitchen about 10months into the game. Dead. Complained to Keurig and got a Plat B70 which i had some problems with, but they could NOT help me. Cost 99.00 again since it was 'more expensive' than the 2d one and they said it retailed for 200.00. My B70 Platinum?? Oh. It just sounds like a German Mowzer blasting thru the kitchen. Who needs coffee when this noise wakes you up? (Keurig's only solution is to tell you to toss it out and buy another EXPENSIVE coffee maker form them. I take care of my stuff and delimed and used water that is deionized so i'm not careless. Okay, so recently, I found a used B2003 (the old commercial box-like unit with the spigot on the side). It is having issues with the pump. I called Keurig and their question was: How did you get a 'commercial coffee maker' when they are meant to be used in an office because it's a 'work manchine.' I told them that i was sick of the cheaply made home brewers that only last close to the warranty. Again, they asked why i am using the commerical brewer at home. I asked them if the coffee police would snatch me up and lock me away if i was using this at home (of course, laughing) and they said it wasn't illegal, but that i am not supposed to use it outside of the work environment. I then told them that i work at home. WTF? What are they teaching these customer service folks? I asked for a distributor in the area so that i could contact them; they said there wasn't anyone they would refer me to since i was using a commercial brewer in the home. They also said that it was too old and that they were 'surprised that it lasted so long'. (Folks, the mfg date is 2000!) Um.....no wonder we have issues with our environment. Our EXPENSIVE small appliances **** out right a warranty and nobody wants to repair or get repair parts so we drive out to the Landfill..... I questioned the little plastic KCups and then someone came up with adaptors, etc to use instead of KCups. Yet....Keurig continues to be irresponsible and suggest we toss out relatively new machines that can probably be repaired ...just dumped in the landfill. Keurig does NOT want to be customer oriented....just money oriented. BOO to KEURIG!
My Suggestions? Boycott the Keurig coffee makers. "Keurig means excellence". Bite me!

Jun 11, 2008 | Keurig B100 Coffee Maker

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B100 Keurig


The pump is on the right side, has two wires coming out of it, and is connected to the check valve with a silicone hose. When you run a cycle, to brew a cup of coffee, that pump should be pumping air out, which pushes the hot water out of the tank.

So to test it, disconnect the hose and run a cycle to listen and feel for air coming from the pump. If it is not working (frozen due to the water permitted to enter from the failed check valve), you must remove it to dismantle the top part of the pump.

Getting the pump out is a little tricky... as you will see. There is only one philips head ***** holding it in, however, it is not easy to get to. I used a 90 degree angled *****driver, which worked well, after trying many other options.

Once you get it out, remove the three philips head *****s on the top of the pump right near where the hose was connected. Then separate the two sections of the pump. Inside there will be a fitting in the center that spins to actuate the pump. This fitting must be freely moving. If it is not, use WD-40 or a similar product to free the motor.

Clean up all the WD-40 from inside the chamber (so your coffee does not taste like oil) and reassemble. Then test it by running a cycle. The pump should now be working, if not repeat the process until the pump operates.

Since my last post, I have fixed another B100 that had the same issue. Keurig will not sell you a replacement pump or check valve, so you must repair that pump.

Good Luck, I hope this works for you. Erik

Mar 10, 2008 | Keurig B100 Coffee Maker

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