Is Your Keurig 2.0 Clock Always Running Ahead - Possible Fix
Over at Amazon.com and other places there’s been a ton of complaints about the Keurig 2.0 clock always gaining time. After a week or so of use the clock can gain up to a 1 minute a day. Well SH thinks he might have a solution to this issue.
So I haven't used my Keurig 2.0 in a while, but started using it again more frequently this past week.
I recall we had a few power outages here 2-3 weeks ago and I had to keep resetting the clock in the brewer. Usually, I would use the digital setting for display type, but the clock would always end up showing the wrong time after a few days of me not using the machine.
Decided during the last outage to switch to analog display type, THEN set the correct time again. Well, here we are several weeks later and the analog clock is still showing the correct time.
No idea if this is a fluke or if I'm imagining things but so far, so good. Thought I'd let you know.
Let us know if you try this and how it works for you. We’re also going to put this into motion on our Keurig 2.0 brewer.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 17, 2015 7:10 AM
Purchased the Keurig 2.0 k450 in October (2015). Clock gained 5 to 20 minutes a day. Finally returned the unit when the display started pix-elating (scrambled) 6 weeks later. Same clock problem with the replacement. Purchased the unit at Bed Bath and Beyond.
I called Keurig about the clock in October and their advice was not to use the timer. Just leave the unit on.
If I was not going to use the timer to save energy, I would have bought a cheaper model.
I've had to reset my Keurig 2.0 clock every 3 days because the digital display is at least 15 minutes fast. I tried using the analog display this time, but the problem persists. Still 15 minutes fast after 3 days.