Question about Keurig Elite B40 Coffee Maker
Hi, well what happens usually is the little thermistor goes open circuit, and this then stops the heating element. It's part of the thermostat controller.
Sometimes it is the thermal fuse, again inside, this is a device that if overheated it goes open circuit and cut off power to the element.
If one is repair inclined then replacement of these things are not too difficult, however, one needs to be able to order spare parts, and to do this one needs the all important parts numbers, usually only available from a service manual, or a repairer.
so unfortunately like with a few things that i see in my shop these days it is most likely an uneconomic repair?
The cheapest and best way to sort this out, is to get the unit looked at by a professional, however before just giving the go-ahead to repair it, please ask for a "Quote", this way at least you will know what's what.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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