Question about Keurig Platinum B70 Coffee Maker
The blue screen does not appear so you can select options. We are on vacation and it has been plugged in for over 30 minutes and it is still not on. I have a different model Keurig at home. Looks like B70 on line!
Not to sound stupid, but there is an on-off switch on the back of the B70. Have you switched it on? If this switch is off the blue screen will not turn on. If it switched on, then you have much bigger problems.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Please get a hold of the company at the number in the manual, they will send you a new one if they cannot fix it. Magic words, I got it as a gift three months ago, it worked fine until now. Worked on mine. Sending out a new one today. This company works with you until you are happy. and I am getting 4 boxes of coffee! Free!
Posted on Mar 29, 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 2-year old Keurig Platinum
Click this link directly to disassemble the unit and also see the internal parts diagram:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/02/how-to-disassemble-keurig-platinum-b70.html ------------ keep updated. Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
You can download another manual here.
Cleaning any coffee brewer is essentially the same. The easiest way is to brew one or more pots of white vinegar... it'll stink up your kitchen, but it's effective at removing build-ups and mineral deposits. Be sure to follow up these "vinegar brews" with several "plain water brews" to remove all the vinegar!
Also, if your water reservoir isn't clean (open the lid & do a finger swipe), you can use a brush to clean it or - what I do - wad up a paper towel or two, attach it to the end of a long-handled wooden spoon, and use that to get down deep into the reservoir & scrub it as much as you can before the vinegar treatment.
Alternatively, you can spend $3 or $4 for packaged cleaning compounds at stores like Williams & Sonoma.
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
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