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My coffee maker is not working right. When I put in the cup and close it noting happens. I have to make the hole bigger then causes coffee grounds to get in coffee

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The thermal breaker has died in it. This is usually mounted on, or near the heating elementm and usually turns off when excessive temperatures are present (such as when a pot boils dry, or the unit is left on for days) It can be checked with a ohm meter on its contacts. If it shows as good, it should show up as normally closed. Some overtemp breakers have a small button for resetting, but most are simply supposed to reset themselves once the heat is sufficiently reduced. There are also heat fuses that blow...for good when excessive heat is detected, mounted in the same place, they are often a metal bullet shaped tube. OR.....your power cord...or main power switch could also be faulty.

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Might there be some stuff crusting the dispanser vent? Did you clean it regularly? If you've not done that, this is what you do:

1) Open up the lid where the T-Disc is supposed to go.

2) Take out any moveable (not breakable) object, for instance the thing that punctuates the T-Disc(its made of two parts stuck together) and the T-Disc holder.

3) Take 'em apart and put 'em into your dishwasher or wash it by hand.

4) Wipe the entire T-disc area with a damp cloth, make sure nothing stays there that isn't supposed to be there.

5) Put the removed and cleaned parts back very carefully and watch out that they are exactly in place, if in doubt wheter they are fitted correctly, just shake them a little. There should be no movement other than up and down.

6) Enjoy your coffee!

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I can't get my coffee to brew. I pushed the on button and even tried to program it! no coffee. Can someone help me please?

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SOURCE: How much coffee grounds for a 22 cup west bend

We use 2 1/4 cups for a full 36 cups. A fraction under 1 1/2 cups is good for 22 cups.

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Coffee grounds in the coffee


There are a couple things that could cause that, that I experienced:
1. I found that the water injection needle sometimes gets dirty. Coffee grounds are in it and cause the water to go over the top and wash coffee past the k-cup into your coffee cup.
You can use a paperclip to clean out the needle.

2. There is a whole in the k-cup somewhere or the lid is not properly / or strongly enough glued to the k-cup. The water-pressure then pushes coffee out of those holes around the k-cup into the coffee mug.

3. The plastic insert where you put the k-cup in is dirty itself (I have to clean it every now and then).

4. The coffee in the k-cup is ground so fine that it gets pushed through the whole on the bottom that is being punshed for the water to escape.

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On two different occasions now, we've had a problem with grounds in our cup. Happened several weeks ago and I decided I just had a bad batch of kcups, Haven't encountered the problem again until...


There's a needle that punches a hole on the bottom of the K-cup. That needle is clogged. Poke it with a paper clip or a thinner wire to unclog it.

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My K-cup leaks and sprays coffee. Produces weak coffee with 2 tablespoons. Disappointed with product.


I had the same issue and found a **** fix that is working well. The issue is that the hole in the my-kcup doesn't seal to the machine so I take a square of foil and put it over the top of the closed my-kcup assembly, crimping it under the rim of the cap. This seals the assembly and forces the water through the my-kcup. It also makes a better cup of coffee because the water is all going through the grounds. The other thing... do not over fill the my-kcup... that also produces spraying and leakage.

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My k cup reusable coffee filter for the b60 keurig coffee maker is leaking water when i'm brewing coffee with it. What should I do to fix this?


I had the same issue and found a **** fix that is working well. The issue is that the hole in the my-kcup doesn't seal to the machine so I take a square of foil and put it over the top of the closed my-kcup assembly, crimping it under the rim of the cap. This seals the assembly and forces the water through the my-kcup. It also makes a better cup of coffee because the water is all going through the grounds.

Dec 29, 2010 | Keurig B60 Coffee Maker

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When i put the coffee cup in the keurig....nothing happens....if i run it without coffee cup the water comes out fine


use a small needle, paper clip or pipe cleaner and run it up into the "needle" section under the lid that pierces the top of the cup. The problem is one you will have often as coffee grounds get up in there and dry between uses and clogs the hole.

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My cuisinart grind and brew model dgb-700bc shuts off right before it is done brewing and i am getting coffee grounds in my coffee pot


Too much grounds or not running through fast enough. Right filters? basket flow hole vlesr? Sounds like it's backing up and flooding causing the grounds to get by yje filter. If you dare, **** the hole out just a tad. with the end of a sharp knife. not too much. You can always take out mor. This is called consuner calibration. Good Luck -Ned-

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Not brewing a full cup


If you keurig makes small cups or insists that you descale even after you have, your problem is that grounds are being forced up into the waterhole that pushes into the K-cup. The solution to both these problems is to keep a safety pin next to your maker and puncture each K-cup just before you put it into the coffee maker. This keeps the pressure of gasses that builds up in K-cups from fresh coffee from forcing grounds into the water hole. It may take a few days of this plus you may want to use the pin to clean out the upper water hole and run a few clean water brews but this will fix the above mentioned problems for good.

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My machine only brews 1/2 cup of coffee. I have de-scaled twice within the last week and I get a full cup of vinegar/water, but as soon as I put in a K-cup I only get 1/2 cup of coffee out. The first cup...


I had some coffee grounds stuck up in the cone shaped hole that the water comes from at the top. I had to use a very long toothpick but it broke up some of the grounds that happened to get caught up inside. Before doing this, I went through 24 oz of vinager ;) .. the toothpick worked!

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COFFEE GROUNDS COME THROUGH THE HOLES IN COFFEE BASKET. WHAT TYPE COFFE SHOULD I USE TO ELIMINATE THIS? IS THEIR A FILTER MADE FOR TJHIS URN


Your coffee is too finely ground for your basket. 2 solutions: buy "regular" ground coffee from now on, OR use filters inside the basket. Many 30 cup or 45 cup maker's baskets are sized so that a normal filter, flattened-out, and a small hole torn in the middle will fit into basket and prevent the grounds from passing through.

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