Question about Keurig B50 Coffee Maker
The power light goes out every time I useit and I have to turn it back on,as a resultthe heating light has to start up all over again..and the sensor does'nt fill the cup up all the way,when i press the larger cup icon....can I return this for a new one???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Keurig Special Edition B60
I assume your coffe maker used to produce more coffee for each use. Roughly 6 ounces per large cup, and now is only making 3 oz. cups.
If your coffee maker is sputtering and not able to "suck" enough water to fill your cups of coffee it is most likely due to cavitation caused in the little pump due to a stoppage, which is most likely lime or scale buildup somewhere in the pump line.
To fix it, don't take your coffee maker apart. Get a bottle of distilled white vinegar, and pour it straight into the empty water resevoir. Press brew with no coffee pod so you are just running the vinegar through the system. Pour the vinegar out of the cup and back into the resevoir. Add some ice to cool it off. Repeat about 10 times. This should clear out the toughest lime scale clog.
After you notice the cups are filling full of water, Replace the vinegar with fresh water. Run about 5 or 6 cups of fresh water through the system to get rid of the vinegar.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
I am having the same problem and will report back here if I find an answer. If I keep turning mine back on, wait for it to go off by itself. Turn it back on again...and again. Eventually I can get a cup of coffee. But my one-minute coffee cup usually takes 15 or 20 minutes.
Mine was a gift, so I'll probably just see if I can swap it out.
Cuz that's some good coffee.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
I just solved this problem with my Keurig Plantnum. It seems that the valve that lets the water in is sensitive to clogs or sticking. Or perhaps like me, you have very hard water and calcium is starting to build up. Anyway, what worked for me was filling the resevoire all the way and turning the unit on. Then while the pump was buzzing I lightly jiggled the reseviore and all of the sudden the water level started to go down.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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