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It seems like the part that contains the sharp needles in the chamber cup provided with the coffee maker has "disappeared" making the coffee grounds go through the hole at the bottom leaving grounds. Can this part be replaced and where do you suggest I obtain one?

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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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You need to purge the system. Clean the upper needle port with a paperclip end. Stick it all the way up the tube and into the reservoir. That will allow water and air to push out from the chamber. Make certain the Water Filter is changed. Blow out the tube from the lower water container with Canned Air. Always use Distilled or Filter water as city water has too many minetrals that collect inside of the heating chamber.

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My B31 Kuerig worked great for over a year, then suddenly seemed unable to spit out any coffee or even water when no coffee pack was loaded. Descaling did nothing to fix ... only a drop or two of water (or vinegar) could flow out the machine.

I was able to fix it by clearing grounds stuck in the holes of the TOP needle, NOT the needle opening in the funnel for the bottom of the cups.

The instruction manual for the B31 does not tell you to clean the top needle ... it just says how to clean the funnel and the bottom (exit) needle ... but the Kuerig video on YouTube does explain where to find the top needle and how to clear it of a jam from corrosion or coffee grounds.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4i7pMWbRvA


Be careful ... the top needle is sharp, and it is hard to spot the tiny slots in it.


Using a paperclip, I was able to push up and clear some grounds that were blacking water from flowing freely. These grounds then came out with my next cycle of water.


To see the upper needle, look up into the top of the machine after you open it. There are also two screws you can take out to see the top tube of water flow down to the coffee cup. That is where I was able to spot some grounds that came lose after I used a paperclip to clear.

I was ready to trash my machine ... now it is good as new. Good luck!

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Unplug the coffee maker.

Lift up on the silver handle, and look inside. You will see a silver needle (similar to the one in the bottom of the K-cup holder). With a round seal surrounding it.

Straighten out a paper clip and run the clip through the center of the needle, and rotate it, then pull the clip out.

Plug the unit back in, and wait until it is ready.

Remove the K-cup holder, and run only water through the unit, as if you are making a cup of coffee.

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Take your K-cup out and it splits into two pieces. The buttom half has a chamber where coffee grounds that slip out can sit. When it builds up you tend to see allot of grounds in your coffee.

Also check that your top needle seat is there and in good condition.

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