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It busses when the water if supposed to come out.

I pulled the water tank out in the middle of pushing the machine to make coffee. I put it back and pushed button to make coffee. That's when the water cycle bussed and water wouldn't come out.

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The cable may be kinked when you pushed it back

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  • Pull the lid off the top of the water reservoir. Lift the water reservoir straight up and to the right of the coffee maker. Pour out any remaining water in the reservoir into the sink.
  • Turn the small thumb screw on the back of the Keurig coffee maker counterclockwise with your fingers, and pull off the rear access panel. If the screw is too tight to turn with your fingers, use a flat-head screwdriver to turn the screw. Once you remove the access panel, a tube with a plug on the end is visible. Pull the tube out of the plastic clip holder.
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