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Keurig Registration, User Manuals, Cleaning, and Troubleshooting

Over the past few years one of the hottest sensations in Coffee Brewing, has been the single cup brewing machines. One of the names at the top of the list of these brewing machines is the Keurig brand coffee brewer.


The Keurig customer service website has the answers to many of the questions that people have about their new machines. This Keurig website has the registration, warranty, user manuals, as well as cleaning and troubleshooting all in one place. Once you get there the site is very easy to navigate and you may find yourself reading therefor quite a while as you absorb all of the information that is contained there.


As you might expect there are problems that you may have that are not addressed there. The site obviously is maintained by Keurig and there are things that they do not address readily. However many of the basics are there and it is a very good place to start, especially with the cleaning and maintenance of your coffee brewer. In fact if you do the proper maintenance and cleaning on your coffee brewer regularly the chances of you having major problems will be greatly reduced.


To go to the Keurig customer service website click on the link below.


Keurig user guides and help


From there you can navigate to the other parts of the website easily.


If you have one of these fine new coffee brewers you will want to take some time to explore all of the material there and make notes for the future so that you will have it for future reference when needed.


How to Descale your Keurig Coffee Brewer


Keurig Coffee Brewer not making a full cup of Coffee


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I always have coffee grounds in my coffee when I brew a K-cup. Why is that, and how do I make it stop?


The K-cup must be getting pierced on the top, where it lets the coffee grounds out into the cup during the brewing process. This usually means the K-cup isn't seated properly in the basket.

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coffee grounds on top of k cup


Lower chamber is clogged. Clean as per manual page 18

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how do I descale my Keyrig B 60


The first thing that you will need to do the descaling is up to 48 ounces of white vinegar. The vinegar will be run through your machine to dissolve the mineral build up in the machine that is left behind by the water in the heating process.When the water is heated some of the mineral content in the water is turned into a hard rock like material. This adheres to the sides of the tubing and will eventually close off the flow of the water through the tubing. Running the vinegar through the tubing will dissolve the mineral and clean up the tubing in the machine.


Next, place the vinegar into the water container. Make sure that the "Auto Off" feature is turned off.During this cleaning process do not have any K-cups in the machine.Then using a ceramic mug to catch the liquid, press the brew cycle and then discard the liquid that comes out into your sink. Do this until the "add water" comes on. Then let the unit stand for at least four hours. Do not turn the unit off during this time.


After the four hour plus time period,discard any vinegar left in the water tank and fill the tank with fresh water. Now repeat the process of running the brew cycle into the mug and discarding the liquid until you get the "add water"message again. By this time you should have all of the residual vinegar purged from the system, but if you still notice any residual taste then run more water through the unit until it is clear.


This should clean the machine and takeaway the "DE-SCALE" message. If you still have the message after the cleaning then you may have to repeat the process again.


Also at this time it is a good ides to clean the pins that pierce the K-cup. To do this take a small paperclip and bend the end of it out so that you have about a 1" prong sticking out. Push the paper clip into the hole of the top and bottom pins. This will also clean out any material that maybe stuck inside the pins. Run another cup of clear water after doing this to push out any debris that you may loosen up by doing this.

Over the past few years one of the hottest sensations in Coffee Brewing, has been the single cup brewing machines. One of the names at the top of the list of these brewing machines is the Keurig brand coffee brewer.


The Keurig customer service website has the answers to many of the questions that people have about their new machines. This Keurig website has the registration, warranty, user manuals, as well as cleaning and troubleshooting all in one place. Once you get there the site is very easy to navigate and you may find yourself reading therefor quite a while as you absorb all of the information that is contained there.


As you might expect there are problems that you may have that are not addressed there. The site obviously is maintained by Keurig and there are things that they do not address readily. However many of the basics are there and it is a very good place to start, especially with the cleaning and maintenance of your coffee brewer. In fact if you do the proper maintenance and cleaning on your coffee brewer regularly the chances of you having major problems will be greatly reduced.


To go to the Keurig customer service website click on the link below.

http://www.keurig.com/customer-service/brewer-registration-and-support/user-guides-and-help

Hope it helped.

Jun 02, 2011 | Keurig B60 Coffee Maker

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unit will not brew when pod is inserted; works w/o pod however.


This may be one of two issues:
1. The pump is malfunctioning which can cause the internal reservior to not completely fill which causes issues during brewing. My unit dribbled random amounts of water instead of brewing for about a week before the pump died completely.
2. The puncture seal isn't in the right position. Open the Keurig fully so you can see the sharp puncture pin. Very Carefully push the black rubber gasket around it all the way up. Then pull it back down about 1/16". Brew a cup, if the problem continues, try sliding the gasket further down by increments of 1/32".

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