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Default Keurig model B70 coffee maker

My keurig just died out of warranty. There is no display however I can
see a tiny spark at the plug when I connect it to an electrical
outlet. So it's not completely open for whatever that's worth. I
removed the bottom but this thing was definitely not made with
"service" in mind. It's jam packed and appears pretty unserviceable.
Does anyone know of any common problems with these before I chuck it
and buy a cheap POS throwaway? (What I should have done in the first
place) Thanks,
Lenny
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On Apr 17, 4:18*pm, klem kedidelhopper
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My keurig just died out of warranty. There is no display however I can
see a tiny spark at the plug when I connect it to an electrical
outlet. So it's not completely open for whatever that's worth. I
removed the bottom but this thing was definitely not made with
"service" in mind. It's jam packed and appears pretty unserviceable.
Does anyone know of any common problems with these before I chuck it
and buy a cheap POS *throwaway? (What I should have done in the first
place) Thanks,
Lenny


Like any high current appliance...it is very often a burned wire or
heated spade connector that has given-up-the-ghost!
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Default Keurig model B70 coffee maker

klem kedidelhopper wrote:
My keurig just died out of warranty. There is no display however I can
see a tiny spark at the plug when I connect it to an electrical
outlet. So it's not completely open for whatever that's worth. I
removed the bottom but this thing was definitely not made with
"service" in mind. It's jam packed and appears pretty unserviceable.
Does anyone know of any common problems with these before I chuck it
and buy a cheap POS throwaway? (What I should have done in the first
place) Thanks,
Lenny


http://www.keurig.com/customer-servi...uides-and-help
http://www.keurig.com/customer-servi...e-and-cleaning


What's the worst they could say?

Contact Us by Phone 866-901-2739

Keurig's Address Keurig, Inc.
At Home Customer Service
55 Walkers Brook Drive
Reading, MA-01867

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klem kedidelhopper wrote:
My keurig just died out of warranty. There is no display however I can
see a tiny spark at the plug when I connect it to an electrical
outlet. So it's not completely open for whatever that's worth. I
removed the bottom but this thing was definitely not made with
"service" in mind. It's jam packed and appears pretty unserviceable.
Does anyone know of any common problems with these before I chuck it
and buy a cheap POS throwaway? (What I should have done in the first
place) Thanks,
Lenny



http://www.fixya.com/support/t781542...tinum_b70_turn



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