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The magnetic float in the tank that is supposed to detect the water level is probably not floating. Normally 2 fixes for this, jam something plastic under it and check the level with your eyes or buy a new tank.
Jam something plastic or rubber under the magnet to lift it up, that will trick the sensor into thinking the tank is always full so you will need to use your eyes in future. Normally those magnets not floating can only be solved this way or tank replacement.
You inner tubes or assembly is plugged up. Use sparkling water and run it through a few times, if this does not work, it is time to go out and buy a new one bud, I am very sorry. Take advantage of X-mas sales at Walmart, you can save up to 25% during the holidays. :-) cheers
The water container has a dime looking ring on the side of it. The side that meets the machine.. There is a sensor on the machine that lines up with that metal ring on water container. This is a photo eye. What is happening is air bubbles are building up on the wall of the water container. Kind of like a carbonated drink. the eye is getting interrupted by small air bubbles coming in between the metal ring and photo eye on the machine. So tap on container like you would a soft drink. Slowly remove the container and you will see a couple air bubbles resting on sensor ring. IT THINKS ITS EMPTY. It usually happens when coffee pot sets for awhile. Air bubbles collect on the sides.