Question about Keurig Elite B40 Coffee Maker
The power in the Philippines is 220v. I bought my Keurig in the US. It is 110 volt.
Chances are pretty good that you blew a fuse in the unit. I think it would be worth it for you to take it apart and check. If there is not a fuse you have lost nothing.
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I hope this reaches you, as I had the same problem. You start with the metal screws attaching the handle. The screws are strange, but you can use a small phillips... you need enough force to turn them, but don't break the plastic. Get the handle off, then look under the housing on top of the needlle... if you look in there, you will see 2 screws... then when housing is removed, you'll see 2 more screws... in other words - carefully keep turning screws until you have the part open that you want. I started with the screws near the needle that is the spout. just remember the steps, so you can reverse and close the thing up. Any problems, you can email me at: email@example.com, and thank you for serving our country! If you need a new machine, maybe I can get you one. Barbara
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
SOURCE: Keeps tripping GFI outlets
The key here is to identify the problem as being either the coffee maker or the GFI receptacle... a simple test can be done as follows...
Try plugging the Coffee Maker into another GFI receptacle .. you may have one in the bathroom? If it trips that too, then you have an internal wiring problem with your coffee maker.. if it doesn;t ..then your GFI receptacle may be bad or on the verge of going bad .. either way..this should narrow the problem down to one or the other.. hope this helps..
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
SOURCE: I need a 14.5 volt
Had the same issue , Found a Philmore tr215 transformer...15 v 1amp. Had to modify the Keurig by cutting the plastic transformer compartment to fit the new transformer. also had to remove the transformer mounting bracket from the transformer to get it to fit. Keurig now works great.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
SOURCE: The machine won't turn on
The problem is often that the machine develops a leak in the hose that is rightover the transformer...the water drips onto the transformer and kills that...then you have no power to run the machine.
Here is a tip that I wrote about this problem...
Keurig OneCup Coffee Brewer will not turn on
Posted on Sep 03, 2011
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