Question about Keurig B70 Coffee Maker
I have 2 of them...
you can try brewing nothing... put vinegar in the water container, and try to run just a few cycles...
I allways use filtered water... never from the tap... I have a brita pitcher that's allways at the ready.
You can start by unplugging the unit... wait 30 seconds... then plug in, turn on and wait till its ready... select a different size then what your used to.
press brew and the first thing that happens is the unit will draw water from the container and fill the main water heater. If that doesnt work... then we have an internal problem.
Calling Keurig, they will allways tell you to clean the K-cup holder needle... then the upper needle... then barrage you with water questions... then question regarding usage of Cocoa...
If it's not under warranty, then you have to take it apart and reseat the wiring, as mine went intermittent.
I have a post on how to take off the black plastic shroud...
Once that's off... you have access to everything.....
Posted on May 06, 2010
You have to really press the water tank on the machine -- then you just never take it off after you get it going.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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