20 Most Recent Keurig Vue V700 Brewing System - 110774 Questions & Answers


Before you take anything apart, which I came close to doing, take a toothbrush to the metal pins/spouts. After running I don't know how many cups of vinegar and letting it sit, it still wouldn't brew more than two ounces. I was going to attempt a fix found on the internet, and I thought, what the heck -- can't hurt. So I took out a new toothbrush and brushed both pins (didn't have to remove anything) and voila! Out came some grounds in a cup of water and it brews the full amount of whatever oz. I choose. Works great, normal and I didn't have to disassemble anything.

Keurig Vue V700... | Answered on Jun 15, 2018


Our keurig 2.0 stop pumping water I did everything to fix it but still the same .I have got for my mom 6 months ago is there anyway you guys can send us a new one

Keurig Vue V700... | Answered on Nov 28, 2015


turn it upside down with the power off .

Keurig Vue V700... | Answered on Oct 17, 2015


All parts are available at Keurig 55 Walkers Brook Dr.; Reading MA 01867

Keurig Vue V700... | Answered on Feb 12, 2015


You did the correct procedure. You may have a line leak. If bubbles occur, air is getting into the line somehow. It could be the connection point or a small hole in the plastic line from the water reservoir to the heating reserve.

Keurig Vue V700... | Answered on Jan 18, 2015


The reservoir is removable. Just lift up and out. Empty and allow to dry before storing.

Keurig Vue V700... | Answered on Oct 08, 2014


If it's a small cylinder shaped gasket with a hole through the center, then it goes on the water output post in the head. This gasket has a habit of coming off. Slide it back up the water output shaft. It helps make a pseudo-seal on the top of the k-cup.

Keurig Vue V700... | Answered on Apr 20, 2014


That is not acceptable. If the timing circuit fails, that will require replacement of the circuit board or thermal switch. Return ASAP for a replacement.

Keurig Vue V700... | Answered on Feb 22, 2014


You are experiencing a clog of the upper tube. Not outside but inside the tube. Use a paperclip, open an end force it up the tube to clear the deposits and your in business. Remember to do a Full cleaning now and again with vinegar solution. Keep Filter changes at least every 4 to 6 weeks.

Keurig Vue V700... | Answered on Jan 30, 2014


Remove and clean the Brew Head, with the V700 the way to remove would be to open the lid with the handle, place your fingers around the Brew Head, there are tabs to each side, press tabs and pull down and toward you. Wash this out thoroughly in your kitchen sink. Now before replacing the Brew Head, with the handled lid up, turn the back of the brewer so that it is facing you...Look straight down into the top of the brewer, you will see the needles, use an old toothbrush to clean them. Replace the Brew Head and descale the brewer with White Vinegar (do NOT dilute with water) or Keurig descale solution (purchased only through their website). The video to watch the descale instructions is: www.keurig.com/customerservice

Hope this helps!

Keurig Vue V700... | Answered on Dec 13, 2013

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