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Carefully clean the sharp pin that pouches the hole in the top of the k-cups by inserting a toothpick or paperclip into the hole where the water is pushed into the k-cup.You need to descale it by cycling some vinegar and water through it. Pour a couple cups of vinegar and a cup of water in the reservoir push the large cup size, you can reuse the vinegar mix just don't pour any grounds back into the resevoir.Do this several times (you should see noticeable improvement)then run some clean tap water through so your coffee doesn't taste like vinegar. Hope this helps!Justin
The best way, if using ground coffee, 1 teaspoon per cup. Depends how big your coffee pot holds of water. So if you're planning to make coffee for 12 cups, just put in 12 teaspoons. Best Part is you can ground your own fresh ground coffee, or ground them at your Favorite Store, like Hazelnut etc.
You can buy the pouches. They make them for 4 cups 6 cups 8 cups, etc. (Like the ones they give you when you stay at the hotel). Fill the proper amount of water, for cups you're making.
My favorite are the single cups. Folgers makes them in regular and decaf. Look like tea bags, and they for 1 Medium Cup of Coffee. After you are done, just throw away.
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I bet that's wild thing to see. Ok, Is ther a basket that'ds supposed to be there? If not,heat up a large paper clip,straightened of course and run it yhrough the hole. If the nozzle will come off, clean the burrs of the edges of the hole on the inside. It sounds like it's restricted if it's spraying. Good luck