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Old 02-08-2016, 12:15 PM   #11
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I run the pink RV antifreeze through mine. Works fine.
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Old 02-08-2016, 01:57 PM   #12
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Or do what I do and just bring it in while winterizing and cleaning up the camper. Also a good time to soak it in vinegar and descale it
Yup. Me too!
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Old 02-09-2016, 10:36 AM   #13
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Don't mess with my coffee! That is my life blood! I have a 10 cup home version of a Bunn in the house but liked my buddies Keurig so got one for the house also. Use it a lot at night when don't need a full pot.


Have a cheap B&D for my 5er but liked the Keurig. Found one like new at a thrift shop for 20 bucks so got it for my 5er. Both of them have a reservoir. My buddies didn't have that and he liked mine better so bought one for his home and gave me his for the 5er, so I now have 3 plus my Bunn and the old B&D. And don't forget the percolator for when boondocking.


Maybe I should put the one in my truck and run it off an inverter?


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My Keurig 350 stays in the house. I have A single keurig that i keep in the trailer, lo g with a case of water. I ve had a single in the last two trailers. And, it will use ANY keurig cup.
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My Keurig 350 stays in the house. I have A single keurig that i keep in the trailer, lo g with a case of water. I ve had a single in the last two trailers. And, it will use ANY keurig cup.
Theeeee one I use in the trailer will use a 20 ounce WaWa cup/ I bought the replacement basket so I can lar coffee grounds, much cheaper than K cups! I can use any coffee I want to. I think the screen fits in any Keurig pot.

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I forgot that Keurig was under dinette seat. DOOOOH.
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