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I not get coffee out of my machine

I turn on my coffee machine, I hear it take in the water from the cyclinder and the screen tell me it brewing and I hear it heat up but I don't get any thing out?

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My aunt has a Keurig and I just bought one for my mother and one for me because we like the coffee so much! Her coffeemaker was giving her trouble - not pumping water through. She tried every cleaning method recommended by Keurig, then she took a can of compressed air. like the kind you use to clean out computers. She put it over the opening as tight as she could as she did not have the "straw" on her can. The "clog" in the water tube dislodged and water sprayed out. (Do this when the machine is cool as hot water can burn!) Her Keurig is now working great!

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I can only go from my problem where you select brew and nothing really happens...
this was a bad connection in the unit... I went into the unit and reseated the connectors. there is an electrical panel that all of the low voltage motors,sensors, and valves plug into. I used a pair of needle nose pliers to pull the connectors out... and back in.. and the unit worked...

Posted on May 02, 2010

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