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Just had this happen. Finally I let water run through the steam wand (thought it had to heat up first). Water ran through (until blue light stopped blinking) and now the other lights are blinking...we will see if it works now.
I contacted Keurig at 866-901-2739. Based on my serial number, I was still within my 1 year warranty. They determined that my heating element was bad, based on the fact that the the area above the power cord was not at all hot, which it would be if it was truly heating.
My new machine will arrive via FedEx in 3 days!
The Keurig rep did also mention that the heating elements are sensitive to hard well water, which I have. They have seen issues where hard water requires you perform more frequent de-scaling of the brewer, depending on water hardness. Alternatively, we may switch to bottled water.