Question about Keurig B60 Coffee Maker
My coffee maker is 3 years old, but is now setting off the GFI. We've tried replacing the GFI 15 amps with a 20 amp GFIs but it still goes off. When I plug it into a regular outlet, it works just fine and doesn't set off any breakers. I'm not sure what the problem is. Someone suggested it may be arcing and I shouldn't leave it plugged in without suppervision. I have other appliances already plugged into the GFIs and the only thing setting them off is the Keurig coffee maker. What can be happening? Should I buy a new one?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Keeps tripping GFI outlets
The key here is to identify the problem as being either the coffee maker or the GFI receptacle... a simple test can be done as follows...
Try plugging the Coffee Maker into another GFI receptacle .. you may have one in the bathroom? If it trips that too, then you have an internal wiring problem with your coffee maker.. if it doesn;t ..then your GFI receptacle may be bad or on the verge of going bad .. either way..this should narrow the problem down to one or the other.. hope this helps..
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
I'm not completely certain what the problem is because it's not displaying your whole subject (it get's cut off after electricity to...). However, if it is solving the problem by moving it out of the kitchen, it's likely that the problem that the circuit is overloaded. Coffee makers have a large current draw, as do many other kitchen appliances. If you plug too many of them into the same circiut and then turn them on, you will put too high a drain on the circuit and it will cause the the current to become unreliable and then, eventually, through the braker or blow the fuse to protect the wiring in the wall (to keep it from catching fire). If this is the case, you need an electrician to run another circuit or remove some appliances from your kitchen.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
If you can also see there are a lot of inquiries about the same or similar problem. We have already investigate the matter and it is a design problem from Keurig and it not any much that you can do,
We have a tip at the link that it explains it some more
Moreover you can contact the keurig customer service which we here that they are more than happy to help you and in many cases they have replace the machines with no further question, you can try also since you are a customer with rights.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
SOURCE: We have had our Keurig
Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.
It sounds like you unit has a major malfunction. and they do break
Keurig does not make repair's or carries replacement parts for their units. you can contact Keurig at 1-866-901-2739 or Keurig.com
You do have a 1 year warranty, and if you are out of warranty. They will give a discount on a new unit.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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