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It is not allowing the water to go through when it says "ready" and I push the button. I have a new coffee in there and the water is filled but it drips slowly out as if it is having trouble (usually a normal flow of water)

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Hey, We had a similar problem. Water just dribbles out if at all. Here is a trick that worked for us. In the K-Cup holder there is a tube that punctures the bottom of the KCup. They give you instructions on keeping that clean. But they dont tell you there is an equally important puncture tube at the top. THis tube usually has 3 or so holes or openings that flow water after the cup is punctured on top. I took a paper clip and pushed in (not too far) on these holes only to find coffee had lodged up there and blocked the hole. I ran a couple times after with just hot water and it works like new.

Posted on Aug 31, 2010

  • chimchimz Aug 31, 2010

    I forgot to mention that upper puncture tube is not part of the kcup holder but on the underside of the lid. Lift the handle and look up underneath it. You will see a sharp metal pierce tube with small openings where the water should flow from.

  • coffeefiend Oct 01, 2010

    Success! This was driving me crazy. This is the solution to so many problems. After running the descale process twice and the maker still didn't produce a full cup, clearing out the puncture needle on the lid was the solution. Fantastic!! Thanks so much!

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