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Yep it has one

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SOURCE: warning of lead in keurig coffeemaker

The solder joint in the tubing. Personally, I don't see a risk but the environmentalists see a risk in any lead at all. The plumbing in my house has ALL lead soldered joints. Now, plumbers are not allowed to use lead type solder. If the water just passes over the lead, there is absolutely minimal chance of problems. Keeping wine in a lead crystal decantor will also leech lead into the drink but, you don't hear all the hype about that. It's all about making the earth green. Toy wagons are being recalled because of lead in the paint. I don't know of ANY kids who ever ATE their wagon.

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SOURCE: I have a Keurig B60 coffeemaker. When making a

Descale yes you should every 3 months. Use 48 oz. of white destilled vinager and follow the instructions in your use and care guide

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SOURCE: Keurig B66 model - "Not Ready" message when I push

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There is air in the lines and it is blocking the water flow...
Here is a tip that will help you getyour Keurig to prime...

Keurig CoffeeBrewer will not prime
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I put milk in my Keurig and now it won't work...i think the milk burned


..wait..you mean you poured actual milk into the water reservoir on a Keurig coffeemaker..?

That's not good.
What prompted you to do that?

My advise would be to boil water in a kettle, adding about a half-cup of regular vinegar. Pour this into the coffeemaker and let it run through a cycle with just the hot water/vinegar solution. Next, run plain hot water through it.

Hopefully, this will help with flushing out any/all milk that's clogging the coffeemaker. You may have to do this several times to remove the milk residue..milk will cling. (and will start to smell foul..which may or may/not attract insects) so don't ever do that again!


Phoning Keurig Customer and product support may assist you further. They are generally very helpful with all inquiries and issues.


Keurig single-cup coffeemaker

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Cusinart coffee pot single serve with kuerig cups switch won't turn on


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The problem is often that the machine develops a leak in the hose that is right over 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...

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Keurig B66 model - "Not Ready" message when I push


Hi,

There is air in the lines and it is blocking the water flow...
Here is a tip that will help you getyour Keurig to prime...

Keurig CoffeeBrewer will not prime
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May 31, 2011 | Keurig B66 3-Cup Coffee Maker

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I have a Keurig B60 coffeemaker. When making a


Descale yes you should every 3 months. Use 48 oz. of white destilled vinager and follow the instructions in your use and care guide

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The ''clean'' light is on my cusinart coffee maker


Let a half caraffe worth of distilled white vinegar sit in the water reservoir for about an hour. After the hour, turn the coffeemaker on and let it brew the vinegar until a small amount of vinegar appears in the caraffe. turn the coffeemaker off and let it sit for an additional 20 minutes. Then turn the coffeemaker back on and let it brew the rest of the vinegar. Then run a full caraffe of plain water to flush the vinegar out. If the self-clean light remians on - unplug the coffeemaker for 20 minutes or longer - if you unplug it for any less than 15 minutes, the coffeemaker will not reset itself. You should be good after that - as long as you do some sort of vinegar/water cleaning once a month henceforth.

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Cusinart DGB 550BK coffee maker not working properly


Cuisinart Coffeemaker Decalcification Process

Run 2 cups distilled white vinegar and 2 cups water through the system - brew it like it was regular coffee. Then run plain water through the coffemaker to rinse the vinegar out and make sure the decalcification was successful. Repeat as needed. Don't forget to remove the charcoal water filters first.

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Jan 12, 2009 | Cuisinart Coffeemakers

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Continually running/heating


Coffeemakers have two heating elements: a brew element and a keep-warm element. When the water reservoir has run empty, a thermostat switches power from the brew element to the keep-warm element.

The keep-warm element will cause the thermostat to stay in this condition until more water is added [or power is cut off] which will cool it down to switch back.

However, if the keep-warm element has quit working, the thermostat may be reactivating the brew element. With no water in the reservoir, the brew element will heat up till the thermostat trips again, then cool down, etc. This cycle will repeat until power is switched off.

Mar 31, 2008 | Keurig B50 Coffee Maker

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