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Does anyone know if the heating element in a Keurig Coffee machine can either be repaired or replaced?

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Yep, it's the one inherent flaw in the single serve machines - someone else decides what 'the perfect cup of coffee' tastes like.  Quite presumptuous, actually.  
Solution I found to be acceptable:  Buy only the extra bold flavors (there's about 5 or 6 varieties) and brew using the small cup size button.  Yes, you only fill your mug about 3/4 of the way, but at least you get a decent cup of coffee.  
The ONLY flavor I found to be strong enough when brewing with the large cup control button is DOUBLE BLACK DIAMOND...the rest is crap.

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I don't have any first-hand experience with this brand. However, it sounds like the coffee grounds are being partially bypassed by the hot water.

One clue that will help diagnose this is: does the carafe fill up to the amount of water that was in the reservoir? If not, that suggests not all the water is being cycled through.

See if the reservoir is completely empty at the end of the brew cycle. Look for any coffee-colored water in the reservoir at the end of the cycle. That would indicate, to me, a defective feed valve in the water path.

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That Gasket does fit over the puncture needle and NO do not crazy glue it. it is meant to be able to move. It prevents water and grounds from leaking out of the K Cup while in brewing cycle. Fit the rubber gasket just above the needed. It should fit snug over the plastic. This is about 1/2" above tip of needle. When you depress the needed into the K CUP it iwll reseat in its proper location. If it is not snug, call Keurig and they will send you a replacement gasket. Hope this helps.

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I have asked my question twice It has not been answered yet WHY?


Hard call without seeing the failure.

No hot water? Does the heating light come on? If so, then the element is gone. Not economical to replace it.

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This is a heating problem.
What usually happens when heating elements start to go, is that they get thinner. This means that the same energy goes through a thinner wire - so it actually gets hotter than it should (like a fuse).
There will be an over-temperature switch that will cut out (to prevent a fire or damage) - so this is tripping off.
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