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I have a model 50 Keurig that started tripping the 15 amp GFI in the kitchen. I went to the opposite counter with out the GFI and had no further problems with power.This a.m. the machine was trying to heat the water but would never reach the "ready to brew " prompt. What do you think this might be?

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Most Keurig cofee makers will trip 15amp GFI'S .
So you should unplug the machine take all the water out wait about 1/2 hour . Then plug it into an outlet that has at least 115volts and 20 amp breaker or fuse . You can purchase plu in testers at radio shack or electrical supply store.

let me know.

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