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I have a Keurig coffee maker model 155, very nice machine. However, it will not power up and work after a power failure. Is there some special reset button on this machine, perhaps?


I had a similar experience and had to dump the water, empty the coffee capsule and leave it unplugged for an hour. Make sure that ( if you have GFCI outlets) that they haven't tripped. After an hour plug your machine in and it should work as normal. Make sure that your cup sensor isn't blocked after all that cleaning.

Aug 17, 2016 | Keurig K-Cup Keurig OfficePRO Premier...

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I have asked my question twice It has not been answered yet WHY?


Hard call without seeing the failure.

No hot water? Does the heating light come on? If so, then the element is gone. Not economical to replace it.

Humming sound? What frequency? Is it a pump that runs continuously? If a tube is broke, it might be repairable. A bad pressure sensor will not be.

If the sound is a 60 cycle low hum you may have an electrical failure and possibly a dangerous machine. A wiring problem has a small possibility of repair.

Apr 25, 2014 | Keurig Elite B40 Coffee Maker

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Sled gets to 155 deg and shuts down


Change the thermostat,is the water circulating?

Feb 23, 2014 | Polaris 2006 SwitchBack FST

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The check engine code is 155 and 217


155 - Oxygen Sensor Heater Circuit , Bank 2 Sensor 1 217 - Serial Communication Link
The 217 code indicates the communication bus between two or more of your computers is malfunctioning. The 155 code is one of your rear oxygen sensors malfunctioning.

Oct 21, 2010 | 1996 BMW 3 Series

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Keurig B66 coffee maker randomly stays on and brews.


I have called Keurig and gotten replacements for units... however... all keurigs will heat water... then stop... after a while, the water will get cool, and the unit will cycle on.
when you say shuts itself off, the whole unit does Dark?
If the whole unit goes dark, then you may have a bad overtemp sensor... most if not all appliances will have this featurew to shutdown everything if the sensors detect a higher then normal temperature.

If that's happening... call Keurig and tell them this,,, they should honor the warranty and ask you to send them you K-cup holder as proof of ownership... then you will get a replacement.
you now have a unit for parts or to sell on ebay for parts...

I can allways use the parts... :)

May 17, 2010 | Keurig Platinum B70 Coffee Maker

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My keurig won't brew a full cup for the 10oz option, but it brews a full cup for the other options.


This sounds like a water level sensor inside the unit. If it's under warranty... call Keurig and they might send a replacement... out of warranty requires you to open the unit and re-seat the harness that comes off of the water level array into a circuit board... low voltage thing...taking it apart is not easy, but I have explained it in another answer... for a B70 unit...

May 05, 2010 | Keurig B50 Coffee Maker

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I not get coffee out of my machine


My aunt has a Keurig and I just bought one for my mother and one for me because we like the coffee so much! Her coffeemaker was giving her trouble - not pumping water through. She tried every cleaning method recommended by Keurig, then she took a can of compressed air. like the kind you use to clean out computers. She put it over the opening as tight as she could as she did not have the "straw" on her can. The "clog" in the water tube dislodged and water sprayed out. (Do this when the machine is cool as hot water can burn!) Her Keurig is now working great!

May 01, 2010 | Keurig Platinum B70 Coffee Maker

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Keurig stainless steel (not in the photo) H20 resevoir not worki


Keurig will allways blame this on using unfiltered water...only you know if this is true... or if you bought the unit used...
It could also be a internal sensor reading wrong information... i.e. water cold when it really is hot... intermittent connections going from low voltage sensors,valves and motors to the electrical circuit board...
We may need more info... but if out of warranty... you need some mechanical background to dismantle it and check for connections, if you insist the water is ok..... someone who opens the unit will tell my looking at the lines and the measuring unit probes...

Mar 31, 2010 | Keurig Platinum B70 Coffee Maker

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My coffeemaker stops sucking in water and it shuts down even though it has full water in the resevoir.Sometimes in the middle of brewing a cup of coffee it will indicate not ready and stop or shut down.


These brewers (especially B77, usually from Costco) are defective & Keurig is replacing them with new units @ no cost. Just call the toll free # (866-901-2739) & they will ship out a replacement in 3 to 10 business days. I own (2) of these & they have both been replaced. Even if not the above mentioned model, call them anyway & see what they will do for you......

Jan 30, 2010 | Keurig B70 Coffee Maker

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Keurig coffee maker will not dispence water because the add water sensor will not go off


Have you tried to de-scale your coffe-maker, and rinse it thoroughly?

If yes, according to the user manual, page 15
You should call Keurig for support when it still says "add water"
(http://www.keurig.com/help/B60_Use&Care_guide_spreads.pdf)

Dec 07, 2008 | Keurig B60 Coffee Maker

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