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I have had my Keurig B60 for about a year and a half. This morning, I added water to the reservoir; it heated up and said ready to brew. I pushed the button and the brewing sound did not start. A few drops fell into the cup, but no brewing happened. Is there anything that I can do to fix this? I no longer have the original box or receipt and I think the coffee maker should last longer than this..Thank you for your help. Sincerely, Gladys Kruschwitz

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  • gkruschwitz Dec 30, 2010

    and if no power is being supplied, does that mean I should just have gone ahead and got a new coffeemaker without spending and extra $5?

  • gkruschwitz Jan 02, 2011

    Well, I have to say the Internet is full of strange and helpful people. I followed the directions for both segments, and my machine is brewing again. I was just getting ready to go out and buy a new one today. I have saved myself $130 ! Thanks a lot. I saved the YouTube links to share with other people. Too bad Keurig doesn't include these in the directions manual! thanks again. It was worth the $5 to find these videos; I guess I could have gone on YouTube myself but never would have thought to do it!

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solve your problem try also to do de-scale often

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  • snapshot4 Jan 18, 2011

    So I had this same problem the fix was pretty simple. Air had gotten into the fill line and the pump couldn't pump the air filled line. So to get rid of the air try to brew a cup of coffee (make sure you have a cup under) now cover the over flow at the top of your water reservoir with your finger or thumb. Air bubbles should blow into you water storage tank. Once the bubbles are gone remove your thumb or finger. Now try to brew a cup of coffee again.
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It sounds like the pump may have died. To verify that, you would have to open up the coffee maker and see if the pump is being supplied any power when you push the button to brew.

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