Question about Keurig Platinum B70 Coffee Maker
Push the 2 buttons next to menu at same time then press menu. Wait for keurig lights to blink then release buttons. You just reset your keurig. Turn on and enjoy.
Posted on Jul 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Please get a hold of the company at the number in the manual, they will send you a new one if they cannot fix it. Magic words, I got it as a gift three months ago, it worked fine until now. Worked on mine. Sending out a new one today. This company works with you until you are happy. and I am getting 4 boxes of coffee! Free!
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
SOURCE: Keurig B50 Ultra brewer
This is a known problem with the B50 which Keurig will acknowledge if you press them hard. Some users have suggested trying to clean the check valve just inside the water outlet but the best solution is probably to call customer support, complain like crazy, and take the discount on a new machine that they will offer you. Apparently, this problem occurs much more often with the B50 than with more recent models, which may explain why it isn't on the market anymore.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
This same thing happened to me yesterday. I would start to brew, a teaspoon of water would come out, then nothing. I didn't descale because the pump wasn't pulling water. After calling Keurig, I decided to mess around with my machine since a new one was on the way. Check the intake valve where the reservior hooks up. I noticed some standing water in mine, so I spent 30 minutes siphoning it out with a twisted paper towel. I didn't think it would work- but it did! Back to full functioning, at least for now. Keep siphoning until the towel end comes out completely dry.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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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