Question about Keurig B60 Coffee Maker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a small screen inside the circle on the base under the tank - when you remove the tank, you can see it. Shine a flashlight in there and make sure there's nothing clogging it.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
I had the same problem with my B77 from Costco. Thanks for the good advice - Keurig is shipping me a new one plus a couple of boxes of K-cups. In the meantime, I did get mine working again (temporarily) by removing the water tank and putting it back on while the machine was turned off, and when I turned it back on, it allowed me to go through the menu options and even more importantly, make a cup of coffee! I usually refill the water tank without removing it, using another receptacle. I wonder if this is what causes the problem.
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
If you can also see there are a lot of inquiries about the same or similar problem. We have already investigate the matter and it is a design problem from Keurig, you have something you can do at the link that it explains it some more
Moreover you can contact the keurig customer service which we here that they are more than happy to help you and in many cases they have replace the machines with no further question, you can try also since you are a customer with rights.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
SOURCE: I have a two month
Try passing a fine wire back up through the water inlet that punctures the K cups. Drain most of the water from the reservoir and add white vinegar. If necessary, add enough water to clear the low level light on the panel. Hit the start button, and collect a cup of whatever comes out. Either filter the water and re-use or dump out. Continue using the white vinegar, letting it work in the reservoir and internal pot for ~10 minutes between cycles (cups). It will take at least one hour to clean it out and flush it well. Once you are making a cup's worth of water at normal speed and time, dump the reservoir on the side, and refill with clean water. If the reservoir has a bit of a slimy feel inside it, wash it thoroughly before re-installing. (You should wash the reservoir probably weekly, or so, depending on you water).
Flush clean water through the system, dumping each cup produced, until all traces of the vinegar are removed.
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
A drawback to Keurig machines is their thin water lines, which can be easily clogged with debris. If the machine is brewing but little or no coffee is produced, running a few cups of water through the machine without a K-Cup can allow the lines to clear any buildup. The exit needle (also called the "K-Cup pin") can get clogged with grinds; gently clean in and around the pin with a toothpick or paper clip to dislodge the debris. The harmful effects of calcium mineral buildup in your Keurig coffee maker can be avoided by descaling the machine every six months. A common method of descaling is to run a large cup of vinegar through the lines. The manufacturer may recommend a particular product to accomplish this.
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
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