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Something is blocking coffee from coming out!!

When i hit the botton for coffee, it is dripping out! I think something is blocking it but im not sure what it is. I tried taking the k-cup out and cleaned it but its still only dripping out...one drip at a time! Is there anything else I can do???

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Run it without a k-cup... Keurig will tell you to check for blockage at the upper needle with a paperclip... someone tried blowing into it with a straw to free the obstruction... which Keurig assumes is coffee/Tea grounds... or caked up cocoa mix, if you use that product...

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