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The Keurig is heating up the water, yet is does

The keurig is heating up the water yet is does not dispense/pour into the cup. Almost like it is clogged all of a sudden somehow. Makes the usual brewing soundsoises...but no water pours into the cup I have the single per cup unit - no water reserve like the large Keurig's

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1. Power off machine.

2. Using a metal paperclip, insert it into left side of top needle. It must insert at least 1" deep. Insert it into slot on right side and again from back of needle.

3. Remove KCup cradle. Separate bottom from top. In the top section, insert the paperclip up into bottom needle from the bottom upwards. It will not go all the way thru and this is normal.

4. Reassemble KCup cradle and reinsert it back into coffee maker.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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  • donnajonel Nov 15, 2010

    Thank you so much! This worked for me and I am truly appreciative!

  • Diceman51 Nov 15, 2010

    You are certainly welcome. I love my unit and don't want to even think of having to order parts, wait for delivery, "fix it" and only to have spent money needlessly, still not work due to the clog and more importantly having gone without coffee during this time. :)

  • b1jassc Nov 19, 2010

    OK, so the symptom sounds the same as the issue I had, but when I tried it - no luck. The only symptom not mentioned is that when trying to brew, just the large cup option is flashing. Any thoughts?

  • Diceman51 Nov 19, 2010

    Sorry, I haven't experienced only one light blinking.

  • crossonm Nov 20, 2010

    Thanks! I had to do it three or four times before the water flowed smoothly, but it worked perfectly in the end. Following up with a de-scaling and I should be back in business.

  • Laylun Nov 26, 2010

    Thanks... you saved me a hassled trip returing my beloved machine to the store.

  • Diceman51 Nov 26, 2010

    You are certainly welcome. I love my unit and don't want to even think of having to order parts, wait for delivery, "fix it" and only to have spent money needlessly, still not work due to the clog and more importantly having gone without coffee during this time. :)

  • abkb1 Nov 26, 2010

    This worked for me. Thanks. Looks like the grinds clogs it up. Took a year for this to happen to me.

  • Drleostev Jan 19, 2011

    I have the exact same problem. No water, only the large cup option is flashing

  • bytheC312 Jun 11, 2011

    I was skeptical that something so simple would fix my beloved Keurig but it worked. Thanks for sharing and saving me $$$ because I likely would have gone out and bought another one today.

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So I had this same problem the fix was pretty simple. Air had gotten into the fill line and the pump couldn't pump the air filled line. So to get rid of the air try to brew a cup of coffee (make sure you have a cup under) now cover the over flow at the top of your water reservoir with your finger or thumb. Air bubbles should blow into you water storage tank. Once the bubbles are gone remove your thumb or finger. Now try to brew a cup of coffee again.
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The pump definatly has broken,it is a problem with these machines a know of a great site that sells replacement parts and all kinds of keurig accessories i know this site http://stores.ilikenew.com it has tons of keurig parts

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