Need disassembly instructions to replace Keurig K70 air pump
Partial cups of coffee. Done the easy and usual: clearing the puncture pins of debris, filter at bottom of reservoir, descaling with vinegar. Now I am convinced it has to be a weak air pump.
I'm looking for a way to remove the guts to get access to the air pump. I'd like the results to be cosmetically pleasing, so the hacksaw solution is not acceptable.