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When I place the cup in and put down the cover, only 2 options light up instead of the usual three. And at times it just won't brew at all.

The Keurig used to light up all 3 options for the size of the cup but now only lights up 2 of them. At times it won't brew at all and appears unresponsive.

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You have heat fatigue and more likely than not the components in your maker are gummed up, so to speak, with dried up coffee fumes and spillage.

You'll need to disassemble everything, clean them up and and reassemble them again. Short of that working you've got a blown out or fatigued electronic chip and only factory service will help you or a local small appliance repair shop should do it for you.

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Leave it unplugged for a couple of hours, if it still gives the trouble there may be liqid or oxide on the switches, or the controls ar faulty.

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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