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Coffee isn't dispensing properly

When coffee comes out it is very weak, unsure how to solve this issue

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  • mcnabdm Nov 29, 2008

    I am having a problem with weak water dispensing when I switch from my regular coffee to decaf. I don't know if the decaf coffee is too fine for the coffee filter? It only fills the bottom of the cup and then quits. can you help me figure out this problem. I bought this coffee maker at Costco, do you know if there have been any recalls? mcnabdm@yahoo.com

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You're using K-cups right?
Check if the funnel or exit needle is clogged up.
If you haven't de-scaled it for the last 4 months, try to de-scale it and rinse it with clear water and no K-cups.

Information here: http://www.keurig.com/help/B60_Use&Care_guide_spreads.pdf

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