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Where would I get the rubber that comes down on top of the k cup

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Use the $15 reusable Kcup with a rubber seal ring. If the lid is not down and sealed it will over flow with grinds. Press down firmly after filling with grinds. Also, clean tubes Top/Bottom with a paper clip to free them from debris that clog the tubes. Use distilled water also.

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I have a K10 mini cup keurig brewer. It worked fine until this morning. When I try to brew a cup, it comes out the top. It does with this with or without a k-cup in. I tried to clean out the needles...

First: You need to check a Upper Rubber Gasket (fits around the top puncture pin). If it missing you will have leakage because here's no seal to protect leakage. You can buy it online or call Keurig Customer Service (if you still have warranty)

Second: Upper Rubber Gasket not making a seal with the K-Cup or Reusable Filter and the water and/or coffee grounds leak out. To fix it simply move Upper Rubber Gasket 1/4" down. This should close the gap between K-Cup and upper needle.

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Special Edition B60 Coffee Maker: Coffee grounds coming up through the k cup???...

make sure the k-cup is being punctured at the bottom... If the answer is YES... then take the K-cup holder out of the Keurig unit... verify you can put a paperclip into the needle of that piece from the inside of the shell and it comes out the bottom
that shell is actually 2 pieces and unsnaps... making it earier for you to check... once we know there is no obstruction in the bottom needle, then we need to make sure the rubber gasket in the top arm is ok... didnt come off..
the top needle that punches a hole in the k-cup, has a round rubber seal around it..
If it's not there, then it got stuck on the top of a k-cup, and you need to search the garbage for it...

in summary
clogged bottom needle
missing rubber top seal

If the rubber seal is there... hmm. while your making coffee next down on the top arm... just enough to see if the ground stop... id that's the case, then we need to step back and think if we are dealing with either a bad seal, or a fatigued top arm..
My hunch is a bad seal... and possibly try to attempt to reseat it back into the arm... it cound be smashed in and needs to be coaxed back out..

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Coffee grounds in the cup

since you said usually... I suspect the rubber seal that surrounds the top needle is not seating well...
you can verify this by making a beverage with a k-cup and, just before the water starts, add a little hand pressure to the K-cup arm pushing down a little bit... not hard...
If it consistently makes a good beverage, then we focus our attention to that piece of the brewer...
when the consistency of the water changes, it tells me to look for leaks or unusual percolation of water...

you can verify the K-cup holder is ok... but another way to simulate the hand pressure is to put a shim of some sorts under the lip of the k-cup... like the thickness of a couple sheets of paper under the rim... not the actual k-cup... but the k-cup holder... raising it up a smidge is the same as the slight hand pressure...

I would look to see if the rubber seal has come loose around the top needle....

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the K-cup is punctured at the top and at the bottom.
you can take a corkscrew, and puncture a number of holes in the bottom of the K-Cup... verify there is a hole at the top... just before you start to brew... press down on the black arm over the cup... but not too hard...Lets see what happens... if it all looks good... no problems... then we need to either adjust the arm... or shim the k-Cup up a little bit...
you may also check the rubber Seal around the top pin that punctures the K-cup...
sounds like you lost your rubber seal around the top of the K-cup...

you can re-phrase after looking and testing....

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Leaking water when using my k cup

Long story short, it will leak from under the screw cap (rarely) and from the rubber ring around the puncture pin. The grounds clog the metal filter and creates pressure that escapes from under that rubber ring. I cut a thin styrofoam plate to fit under the screw cap. It's really snug for the first few times, then it will loosen up. Second is to tighten the seal between the top of the 'my cup' and that rubber seal. I used 2 styrofoam rings that sit between the 'my cup' and the hard plastic it sits on when you fit it in the hole. It bring the cup like 1/8 inch higher to the pin and increases that seal. I made many cups after that and it has never leaked. I'm looking for a good rubber ring to fit around the 'my cup' to replace the rings for the seat.

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