Cleaning the water reservoir & water reservoir lid, De-scaling your brewer – Keurig B155 Manuel d'utilisation

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using the two front ribs as a guide, and snap

them into place from the top.

2. Cleaning the Funnel —

The Funnel can be

removed from the K-Cup


Pack Holder by

pulling on it until it pops off (fig. 24). The Funnel
is dishwasher safe. To replace it, just snap it
back onto the K-Cup


Pack Holder.

3. Cleaning the Exit Needle —

The Exit Needle

is located on the inside bottom of the K-Cup


Pack Holder. Should a clog arise due to coffee
grinds, it can be cleaned using a paper clip
or similar tool. Remove the K-Cup


Pack Holder

Assembly and detach Funnel. Insert the
paper clip (as shown in fig. 24) into the
Needle to loosen the clog, then flush

with water. The K-Cup


Pack Holder Assembly

can be placed onto the top shelf of a dishwasher.

NOTE: Use low temperature cycles in the


CAUTION: There are sharp needles that puncture the K-Cup


pack above the



Pack Holder and in the bottom of the K-Cup


Pack Holder. To avoid

risk of injury, do not put your fingers in the K-Cup


Pack Assembly Housing.

SECTION 3 Cleaning & Maintenance (continued)




Cleaning the Water Reservoir & Water Reservoir Lid

The Water Reservoir Lid or Water Reservoir should not be put into the

dishwasher. They should be cleaned with a damp, soapy, non-abrasive cloth
and rinsed thoroughly. Do not dry the inside of the Water Reservoir with a
cloth as lint may remain.

CAUTION: Please rinse the Water Reservoir

thoroughly after cleaning to ensure that no cleaners or cleaning solutions

remain in this area as they may contaminate the water supply in the Brewer.

De-Scaling Your Brewer

Mineral content in water varies from place to place. Depending on the mineral

content of the water in your area, calcium deposits or scale may build up in

your Brewer. Scale is non-toxic, but left unattended, it can hinder Brewer
performance. De-scaling your Brewer helps maintain the heating element
and other internal parts of the Brewer that come in contact with water.

The Brewer should be de-scaled every 3-6 months to ensure optimal

performance. It is possible for calcium deposits to build up faster, making it
necessary to de-scale more often.