Question about Keurig B50 Coffee Maker
The Keurig is supposed to keep at least 12 OZ of hot watet at the ready...
when you press brew, the pump pushes water into the bottom of the heater... the hot water comes out the top into a clear plastic holder with probes sensing the height of the water... when the proper height is reached, the motors change state... other valves open up and that pur-measured water goes from the plastic holder tank to the arm touching the K-Cup...
Try running vinegar thru the unit and maybe the sensor probes are scaled... otherwise... you may have a intermittent connection and would beed to reseat the low voltage wires from that water height container...
involved taking the unit apart... :(
try the vinegar first.
Seems like internal cables need reseating.....
I posted how to open it... do not do unless its out of warranty... and you have a few hours of time to disassemble it...
Posted on May 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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