Question about Keurig B60 Coffee Maker
The problem is due to the check valve located in the base of the
unit just below the reservoir seats itself. However actually this small
new pump cannot press hard enough to open the check valve so the water
can easily flow. If there is air in the system or slightly scale this
make it harder.
I have found out that that the problem occurs only just a few weeks after we use a brand new machine.
So one very good way to solve the problem is to turn the machine on and lift the water reservoir up just a couple of inches and then jam it back in place fast and hard. With this way is like it injects just enough pressure into the system to open the check valve and when the motor pump will run you will realize that immediately water will passing through from reservoir to brewer tank. This procedure has to be done often between cups.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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