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Keurig B100 flashing not ready

I was given a Keurig B100 that flashes not ready constantly. Keurig support says that my serial number has already been replaced, and refuses to help. Any ideas on what i can do to fix this myself? John

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    on off switch doesn't seem to be working either

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I need to Know What is the color light in seeht gauge tube, Yellow Flash Need to be descale, if red solid or flashing is a heating probleme. If red flashing in seeght gauge tube is usaly the temperature sensor probe is fail. and for the moment i Have not found similar parts to replace but i work on it.

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