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Milky water coming out of keurig

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My keurig is brewing only alittle coffee and the rest of the water is being poured back into the water basin, at a very hot temp.


When is the last time it was cleaned? That's usually the issue & the quickest fix. If the Keurig gets lime/calcium build up on the internal components it will ignore whatever has been programmed into it & just keep cutting off or keep making partial cups. However, I've not heard of your particular problem with it running the heated water back into the basin. Try cleaning it & see if that reduces or eliminates your problem. Run some white vinegar thru it - fill the reservoir with a strong vinegar/water mix, remove any kcups/my kcup, also remove the carbon filter ( fyi - that's not going to eliminate any lime/calcium in your water - it's just to eliminate any bad tastes/odors) and "make" how ever many cups it takes to empty the reservoir. Depending on the build up - you may need to do this 2 or 3 times. Also run about 2 more reservoirs of just clear water to help rinse out the vinegar mix (otherwise your next cup of coffee will not be what you expected). If this eliminates your problem, it should be done every 2-3 mths.

If that does not work - call Keurig's Customer Service # at 1-866-901-BREW (2739) Good Luck.

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I have the Platinum keurig and the water is going back into the reservoir and not into the cup??? is it beyond repair?


Are you getting a message saying to "de-scale" it may need a good cleaning. That's usually the issue & the quickest fix. If the Keurig (or any other coffee maker) gets lime/calcium build up on the internal components it will ignore whatever has been programmed into it & just keep cutting off, keep making partial cups & just not working properly. Run some white vinegar thru it - fill the reservoir with a strong vinegar/water mix, remove any kcups/my kcup filters, also remove the reservoir carbon filter ( fyi - that's not going to eliminate any lime/calcium in your water - it's just to eliminate any bad tastes/odors) and "make" how ever many cups it takes to empty the reservoir.Depending on the build up - you may need to do this 2 or 3 times. Also run about 2 more reservoirs of just clear water to help rinse out the vinegar mix (otherwise your next cup of coffee will not be what you expected).
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My keurig only dispenses half of a cup of coffee. Half the water comes through the kcup and the other half is despensed back into the water reservoir


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After getting in touch with the Keurig folks - I tried their solution. And... it worked! The coffee this morning tastes wonderful! Here is what they said:

To get rid of the "new brewer taste", we recommend you flush three reservoirs of water through the system. Please add 2 tablespoons of white vinegar to the first reservoir of water. To do this, follow these simple steps:
~ Open and close the handle to simulate a brew cycle (without a K-Cup)
~ Press the largest cup size and brew a cup of water.
~ Repeat the process (opening and closing the lid, then brewing) until the reservoir is empty.
~ Flush two more reservoirs of water through the brewer in the same way.

This process will clear any lingering odors or flavors and allow you to enjoy an unadulterated cup of coffee.

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