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Will not brew coofee, light flashes but does not put water through

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Check if the water is coming back out through the overflow into the tank. If hot water is running into the tank, it means the output is clogged. Run something small up the water output in the top part of the brew head and swirl it around to break up any deposits there. Then run a cup without a k-cup to flush out the debris. A friend of mine actually used a small straw and sucked out the clog - but I wouldn't recommend that!!

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All of the lights contiuously

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