Question about Keurig B60 Coffee Maker
Everytime I plug my Keurig into the GFI outlets on the counter it trips them. Up until last week I have used those same outlets for the entire 18 months that I have had the Keurig.
The key here is to identify the problem as being either the coffee maker or the GFI receptacle... a simple test can be done as follows...
Try plugging the Coffee Maker into another GFI receptacle .. you may have one in the bathroom? If it trips that too, then you have an internal wiring problem with your coffee maker.. if it doesn;t ..then your GFI receptacle may be bad or on the verge of going bad .. either way..this should narrow the problem down to one or the other.. hope this helps..
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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