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My B40 is not pumping water through, and has been used twice.......Help please........ I purchased it online off of ebay......cannot return, but would like it fixed

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Mcdevito75 here, your coffee maker may need cleaning, with a clean or new paper filter in the machine, fill the resovoir with WHITE VINEGAR and let it cycle thru 3 times, 1/2 way thru the either 3rd or 4th time, stop 1/2 way thru shut machine off for 30 minutes, then resume, Now cycle plain water thru the machine 3--4 times to clean out the vinegar. If this doesn"t help, see any appliance repair outlet in your area, the pump could be bad.

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