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I have a ceramic sink which I want to remove - how do I remove it without damaging the area?

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Your sink is likely to be glued into place, in which case you will need to carefully extract it from its surround. Begin by disconneting your water supply and removing all the plumbing connections. You probably wont need to remove the actual taps, but t wont hurt. Be very careful about using hammers as ceramic sinks do not tend to react well to them!

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I am descaling my Keurig for the 2nd time, it fills 2 cups w/vinegar and stops and won' start again, tells me its ready, help


A. Prepare
Step 1: Make sure you have 48 ounces of white vinegar on hand. You will also need an empty sink and a ceramic mug (Do not use a paper cup.)
Step 2: Empty the water in the water reservoir
B. Fill and Clean
Step 1: Pour the vinegar into the water reservoir and fill it to the top edge of the clear viewing area.
Step 2: Place a ceramic cup in the drip tray and run a brew cycle. DO NOT USE A K-CUP...just press the large cup button. Pour the contents of the cup into the sink.
Step 3: Repeat the brew process until the water reservoir is empty, pouring the contents of the cup into the sink after each cycle. Remember to open and close the lid between each cycle.
Step 4: Now fill the reservoir with fresh water and let the brewer stand for 4-hours while it is still on.
C. Rinse
Step 1: Ensure the water reservoir is filled with fresh water.

Step 2: Place a ceramic cup on the drip tray and run a regular brew cycle. Once again, DO NOT USE A K-CUP...Pour the contents of the cup into the sink.

Step 3: Repeat the brew process until the water reservoir is empty.

Step 4: You may need to perform additional brew cycles if you notice any residual taste.



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Keurig Home Brewer instructions for de-scaling with white Vinegar


A. PREPARE
Step 1. Make sure you have 48 ounces of white vinegar on hand. You will also need an empty sink and a ceramic mug ( do not use a paer cup).
Step 2. Empty the water in the water Reservoir.
B. FILL AND CLEAN
Step 1. Pour the vinegar into the water reservoir and fill it to the top edge of clear viewing area.
Step 2. Place a ceramic cup in the Drip Tray and run a brew cycle. DO NOT USE A K-KUP … just press the Large Cup Button. Pour the contents of the cup into sink.
Step 3. Repeat the brew process until the Water Reservoir is empty, pouring the contents of the cup into the sink after each cycle. Remember to open and close the lid between each cycle.
Step 4. Now fill reservoir with fresh water and let the brewer stand for 4 hours while still on.
C. RINCE
Step 1. Ensure the Water reservoir is filled with fresh water.
Step 2. Place a ceramic cup on the drip Tray and run a regular brew cycle. Pour the contents of the cup into the sink.
Step 3. Repeat the brew process until the Water Reservoir is empty.
Step 4. You may need to perform additional brew cycles if you notice any residual taste.

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Remove the logo from under-mount ceramic sink


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The descale light keeps blinking, what should I do?


The 'Descale' light that turns on indicates that it is time to de-scale the machine.
Scale - or mineral deposits- form from the water you run through your Keurig coffee machine. If not cleaned regularly, the buildup can clog the lines in your machine and ruin the heating element. The manufacturer recommends you descale Keurig coffee makers once every six months for normal water conditions and once every three months if you live in an area with hard water.
You will need :
  • Keurig coffee maker
  • 48 oz. white distilled vinegar
  • Water
  • Large ceramic cup
  • Sink


Instructions :
  • 1 Unplug the coffee machine and remove the cup.
  • 2 Turn the coffee machine upside down over the sink in order to fully drain it of water. Be careful of the plug and avoid getting it wet.
  • 3 Pour undiluted white vinegar into the reservoir up to the top edge of the viewing window.
  • 4 Place a ceramic cup under the machine, plug it in and press "Brew" for a large cup. Pour the cups of vinegar into the sink and repeat the process until the reservoir is empty.
  • 5 Remove the final cup of vinegar and empty it. Fill the coffee maker with clean water and allow it to sit for four hours, remaining on.
  • Good luck ;)

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    Keurig Coffeemaker says to descale. How do I do that?


    Hi, unplug the coffee machine and remove the cup.


    Turn the coffee machine upside down over the sink in order to fully drain it of water. Be careful of the plug and avoid getting it wet.


    Pour undiluted white vinegar into the reservoir up to the top edge of the viewing window.


    Place a ceramic cup under the machine, plug it in and press "Brew" for a large cup. Pour the cups of vinegar into the sink and repeat the process until the reservoir is empty.


    Remove the final cup of vinegar and empty it. Fill the coffee maker with clean water and allow it to sit for four hours, remaining on.


    Unplug the machine and dump the water into the sink.


    Fill up the reservoir with fresh, clean water and plug it in. Place the ceramic cup back on the drip tray and run multiple brews in order to rinse the machine of any remaining vinegar residue.

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    The coffemaker won't brew and showed a descale message. What does that mean?


    Scale---or mineral deposits---form from the water you run through your Keurig coffee machine. If not cleaned regularly, the buildup can clog the lines in your machine and ruin the heating element. The manufacturer recommends you descale Keurig coffee makers once every six months for normal water conditions and once every three months if you live in an area with hard water
    1.Unplug the coffee machine and remove the cup.
    2.Turn the coffee machine upside down over the sink in order to fully drain it of water. Be careful of the plug and avoid getting it wet.
    3.Pour undiluted white vinegar into the reservoir up to the top edge of the viewing window.
    4.Place a ceramic cup under the machine, plug it in and press "Brew" for a large cup. Pour the cups of vinegar into the sink and repeat the process until the reservoir is empty.
    5.Remove the final cup of vinegar and empty it. Fill the coffee maker with clean water and allow it to sit for four hours, remaining on.
    6.Unplug the machine and dump the water into the sink.
    7.Fill up the reservoir with fresh, clean water and plug it in. Place the ceramic cup back on the drip tray and run multiple brews in order to rinse the machine of any remaining vinegar residue

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