Question about Keurig Platinum B70 Coffee Maker
I can tell that your pump is seized. Remove it from the brewer by detaching the cables and the tube, unscrew it from the frame. Remove the 3 black screws & pull off the plastic (It should be 2 layers), Remove the 2 large screws, and make a note on the metal frame indicating which side goes up to the motor.
Put the pump in a jar filled with isopropyl alcohol and shake it violently. Rinse under your sink, repeat. Remove the plastic cover, and spin the metal pin manually with pliers. Hook the pump up to a DC12V transformer to test. If it spins, let it dry, reassemble and put it back in the machine.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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