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My mother decided to make a cup of coffee. She

My mother decided to make a cup of coffee. She removed the filter cup and replaced it with a K-ckup without putting the k-cup holder back in the machine, now the Keurig shows ready but when you select your coffee size, no water comes out. Anyone know how to fix?

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Make sure the k-cup holder is snapped completely back into place. If the arrows aren't aligned and you don't snap the arrow-side in first, it won't work. If that doesn't do it, check your water reservoir to ensure it is properly seated in it's base. Hope that helps...best of luck!

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