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Member Since: September 3, 2010

Country: United States



  • Pretty sure this is what Keurig does to measure levels in the boiler (re: resistance meter). There are typically two small, metal rods that extend from the top of the boiler and point down towards the heating coil. I'd imagine their primary concerns were high temperatures and longevity, so it sounds like you're on the right track.

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