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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have no idea what this is but perhaps the water spout is out of alignment with the filter and missing the coffee. Check for small blockages that could be misdirecting the flow of water.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
When a machine grinds but doesn't make any coffee there are a couple of things.
If the grounds are wet in the dredge drawer, then you have a plugged brew head and need to clean it.
If the grounds are dumped dry into the dredge drawer, then you have an overcharge and need to adjust the dosing lever back from the full charge. On your machine it is inside the door at the top center. Pull the lever back towards the front 1 click. Then try again.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
make sure the k-cup is being punctured at the bottom... If the answer is YES... then take the K-cup holder out of the Keurig unit... verify you can put a paperclip into the needle of that piece from the inside of the shell and it comes out the bottom
that shell is actually 2 pieces and unsnaps... making it earier for you to check... once we know there is no obstruction in the bottom needle, then we need to make sure the rubber gasket in the top arm is ok... didnt come off..
the top needle that punches a hole in the k-cup, has a round rubber seal around it..
If it's not there, then it got stuck on the top of a k-cup, and you need to search the garbage for it...
clogged bottom needle
missing rubber top seal
If the rubber seal is there... hmm. while your making coffee next time....press down on the top arm... just enough to see if the ground stop... id that's the case, then we need to step back and think if we are dealing with either a bad seal, or a fatigued top arm..
My hunch is a bad seal... and possibly try to attempt to reseat it back into the arm... it cound be smashed in and needs to be coaxed back out..
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Posted on May 06, 2010
SOURCE: Our single cup Keurig is
Here is a tip that I wrote that will give you some things to try that will helpyou get your Keurig coffee brewer workingagain.
Keurig CoffeeBrewer not making a full cup of Coffee
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
SOURCE: My Keurig Single cup sensor
This happened to me 2 weeks ago. I searched this site and saw no responses, so I want to answer now that I know what to do. Pull out, clean and dry the spill assembly the cup sits on. Dry the open area. Let it set for about a week or two. I live in CA (its very dry here). I was so happily surprised when I tried my Keurig again yesterday - it is working like NEW. I used to work for another small appliance maker so I knew that the sensor had become wet when the spill assembly filled to capacity. Hope you still have your Keurig and this solution works for you too!
Posted on Nov 23, 2012
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