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Keurig Leaks Water Before Brewing

When my Keurig pulls water from the reservoir to be heated before brewing, all the water it tries pumping is leaked onto the counter from under the machine. When I opened the bottom to see if I could find a loose hose, all I could find was a plastic fastener that came loose from somewhere. Help?

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If it is in warranty, this unit needs factory services. Unfortunately the cheap labor and rapid production rates are more important to the company than Quality.

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I found this solution on another post. Unfold a small metal paper clip and insert through the lower piercing needle of the cup holder to **** out any debris in the needle.Even a small piece of coffee or debris can slow the water flow through the cup.

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mcdevito75 here, You may need to clean the machine. water used to make coffee leaves deposits in the brewing holes and has to be cleaned out. Refer to the owners manual on cleaning.

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SOURCE: The machine leaks water all over the counter when starting brew

My keurig did the same thing, the rubber grommet around the part that punctures the cup gets grounds on it and prevents a complete seal. Pop of the grommet and clean it and it will be good as new.

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#1. Use the paper clip trick on both top and bottom punchers. The holes are in the side of the punchers. (lots of video in youtube) #2. Descale it again with vinegar and leave it for 15-24 hrs before brew rinsing, (instead of 4 hours as mentioned on the manual) #3 some said, turning it upside down and giving it a shake, #4. visibly check the screen on the the water reservoir tank entrance clean if there's any visible clog. #5 Still having a problem, then, for the last resort, before deciding on replacing the diaphragm pump, open the bottom metal part (5 screws), inspect for any visible drip of water (accumulation of white hard water stains, or discoloration on the metal) visualize where it's coming from. Mine is on 2 areas--from the diaphragm pump (where there's 3 black screws) and where the connection of the main pump to the reservoir. This is good news, it means nothing wrong with the pumps. it's just been leaking a little bit of water on the connection (must be air tight, any leak will decrease the pressure). The common sense FIX: depress the metal clamp and pull the plastic tube out, clean the inside and the connection and re-attach it back making sure the little leak will stop. same with the other one then, then replace the other smaller tube with a new tie wrap and make sure it's air tight. Basically you just check all the hose connections make sure it's air tight..

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If your brewer is not brewing the full amount selected, it may be caused by the following:

The exit needle is clogged by coffee grounds or cocoa mix. Please refer to the K-Cup Holder cleaning instructions.

The brewer may need to be de-scaled. Please refer to the de-scaling instructions.

The removable water reservoir was removed during brewing. Place the water reservoir back onto the brewer and perform a cleansing brew without a K-Cup.

First try to make a descale maybe repeat it the next day.

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