Question about Keurig B70 Coffee Maker
Vinegar squirted directly into both ports of the failed solenoid valves didn't work so I called Keurig and told them I had it for nine months, and they are sending a new brewer.
If I didn't get a new one, I would have tried Parker 2-way normally closed solenoid valves 003-0175-900 available from petlor on eBay for $10 each. They are 2.5 watts(210 mA at 12VDC) compared to the originals at 1.2 watts (100 mA at 12VDC), so I would have added a series resistor. I didn't buy or test these, so anyone trying this please post a comment.
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
The same thing happened to us a few days ago. I took apart the B70 and found that there is a air solenoid valve that lets the excess air from the tank out once the correct level is poured. This two way solenoid rotted from the heat. I searched for a replacement solenoid, but it's not to be had. It's a specialty item made in china and sold to manufactures at the 10000 pcs. So i decided to try and repair the old one. I'll let you know if it worked.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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