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Broken filter The small filter that goes inside the receptacle, where the coffee comes out to the cups is broken. How can I get a replacement

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The coffee grinds are coming out the top of the coffee maker like its not sealing on top of the k cup

I would take out the part that holds the k-cup, take the bottom part apart and reverse rinse it out. There is a small filter right at the bottom and it sounds as if your k-cup is not filtering fast enough

Feb 10, 2015 | Keurig B60 One Cup Coffee Brewer

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When I make a cup of coffee, water comes out the filter and goes back into the water reserve tank, and it does not make a full cup of coffee


Here is a tip that I wrote that will give you some things to try that will helpyou get your Keurig coffee brewer workingagain.

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Sep 01, 2011 | Keurig B60 Coffee Maker

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The coffee comes through the machine too fast.

It can be 2 problems: 1Too big granulation of grinded coffee(in this case we have cup filled fast and we have yellow and thin cream or traces of it) Adjust the grinding 2 Filter holders filter(where you put grinded coffee is broken) sometimes it brakes at curves and it is hard to see, wash it and inspect it carefully. if it is broken replace

Feb 10, 2011 | Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine

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I need a new replacement k-cup portion pack and filter assembly

replacement parts are hard to come by but the portion unit can be bought on amazon.
My filter was metal, so I'm not sure about something cracking...
ebay has many people selling broken units... good for parts...

May 05, 2010 | Keurig Elite B40 Coffee Maker

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Coffee grounds in cup w/ Keurig 60

I have the answer because it is happening to me now. Moreso with the Timmothy's brand K cups. I did a little forensics on a good brew, and then on two slow with grounds in the final brewed coffee.
The inner filter is placed in the k cup and it is not glued to the top rim. The bag then just sits on the bottom of the k cup as it is passed with the hot pressurized water.
The good cups are glued to the top rim and there is no problem.
To investigate....remove the foil top carefully after the cup cools. Rinse out the grounds, and the filter bag should still be glued to the rim. if you've got a dribbler and one that passes the grounds into the will find the filter bag had fallen loose from the rim. Manufacturer defect...You bet!!!
I had 8 from a box of Timmothys 25 count pass grounds. Green mountain coffee may once in a while pass grounds, but very rare and maybe three times in the 4,000 k-cups we've used.

Mar 01, 2010 | Keurig Ultra B50 1-Cup Coffee Maker

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My miele espresso maker dispenses too much water in my espresso. how do I fix this?

If you fill two esspresso cups at the same time it should be the correct size. But if it is weak, see below...
For one cup, press the small coffee button to start. Press the button again when the desired amount of espresso is in the cup to stop the flow. if it is too watery but the correct amount see below.

If the espresso is too weak push the coffee grinds slide switch inside one notch finer and make another 3 cups. If the flavor does not get strong in 3 cups then there is an anomaly happening. The brew unit upper filter has gunk clogged behind it to a point where the pressure (230psi) of hot water trying to get through the gunk pierces a small channel through only a portion of the filter screen. All the water is running through only 4 or 5 holes in the filter screen. This eddy allows hot water to pass most of the grinds without extracting flavor. It's the same as if you clogged a sink strainer then pushed the blockage off part of the strainer. The water goes around the coffee not through it. The path of least resistance.

Remove the upside down stainless steel filter on the brew unit- Remove the screw using the allen key that came with the machine. It goes through the little finger nut on the top of the brew unit. Turn it counter-clockwise (lefty loosy) and the filter will come off from underside. The area behind the filter screen has to be cleaned of any coffee residues. Also check thew creme valve. It is under spring tension accessible from the top of the brew unit by removing two screws holding the long pipe on top. be careful not to let the spring shoot out and loose the creme valve. It looks like a plastic rivet on the other end of the spring. Clean out the entire channel by rinsing. Use a pipe cleaner for dried on grinds.

Note: the finer you set the grinds the quicker it clogs the filters. Increase the use of cleaning tablets when you grind finer coffee. A clogged brew unit is almost impossible to clean even for the most handy of people and the last I checked a new brew unit is well over 200 bucks! Good luck!

Jul 30, 2009 | Miele CVA615 Espresso Machine

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Clogged filter??

You can try to clean out the pic and glides on the K-cup receptacle. Let me know if this works. It should.

Mar 03, 2009 | Keurig B50 Coffee Maker

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Your coffee is too finely ground for your basket. 2 solutions: buy "regular" ground coffee from now on, OR use filters inside the basket. Many 30 cup or 45 cup maker's baskets are sized so that a normal filter, flattened-out, and a small hole torn in the middle will fit into basket and prevent the grounds from passing through.

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