Question about Keurig B50 Coffee Maker
..um... there might be a Movister a metal oxide Resister that may have taken the hit...but there is a electrical panel in the unit. the b-70's electrical unit is on the right side lower area... covered by the black shroud.
no breaker... that's for sure...
It could be as simple as a circuit board trace blew... acting as the fuse when the Movister took the jolt of the lighting hit... so it may be fixable.
just the realitty of opening up the unit... and your willingness to open it and look...
you can re-submit on how to open the unit...
I have an answer on how to open up a B-70... should be similar
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Posted on May 06, 2010
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