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Water in Keurig single cup coffeemaker was very low--started it too soon & ran out; added water but still won't flow more than a drip or two

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Make sure there is water before you do all this. Unplug it from power wait 1 minute plug it back in. Open and close the coffee holder, wait a few seconds, press any of the brewers. Basically reset the whole system.

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