Unplug and then plug the machine back in. The stop light should be blinking.
Hold down the lid release lever until the lid opens up. Close the lid enough so that the sensor thinks the lid is closed, but not enough so that it actually latches closed. You'll hear a "click" where the sensor engages before the latch takes hold. Hold the lid in that position until the red stop light stops blinking, then close the lid all the way until it latches.
Press the clean button (with water in the tank) and it should begin working properly again. Good luck!
This coffee machine is WORTHLESS do NOT buy it. Ive spent the last hour trying to figure out why it starts brewing the coffee for about 10 seconds then stops and the 7oz and 9oz lights just blink. NOW I CANT EVEN OPEN THE DAMN LID TO CHECK WHERE THE PODS GO TO SEE IF THATS THE PROBLEM.
Once again do NOT buy this, black and decker has lost nearly ALL of my business now. Their products are cheap plastic chinese made GARBAGE.
If you have black and decker stock still, just hang on to it. I imagine it can't go any lower.
Very poor customer service too. Horrible horrible product. Home cafe from black and decker is a POS! If you buy it without researching reviews first, it is your own fault. I'm just glad mine didn't randomly catch on fire like others have.....
I hope this solves your problem because i had the same problem. I got curious and decided to open the bottom of the machine an check it. I found some dirt or grounds in the line that lead from the water tank to a filter and then to the water heater. The filter was clogged so the water couldn't get through fast enough to the water heater so this is why the two blinking lights(9oz. and the 7oz.) came on. Once I cleaned the line it worked fine for me. just be careful when taking it apart it is kind of tight underneath with all those lines down there and you could break something when taking it apart.
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Try to set the machine to grind finer. Common problem with this machine when the grinder grinds too coarse, and the coffee will not fit in the brew unit during the cycle. Grinding finer will allow the brew unit to compress and the machine should complete the cycle.
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• All lights will blink the first time you turn on your machine. This is your cue to prepare your machine for use by following the quick instructions in Step 1 on separate insert. • If the water level runs low while you are preparing a beverage, all lights will flash. Simply remove and refill the water container, and brewing will continue automatically where it left off. It should not be necessary to discard the T-DISC and start over. • The AUTO light will blink throughout the brewing process. Some drinks require a pause in brewing as part of the recipe for brewing your perfect cup - this is to allow the optimal flavors to unfold and is a normal part of the brewing process. The AUTO light will continue to blink throughout this process.
HOW TO MAKE A DRINK • Place the mug of your choice on the cup stand. • When the STANDBY light illuminates, insert the T-DISC® of your choice and close the clamp. • The HEATING light will blink as the brewer heats the water to the optimal temperature for your drink. • Once the proper temperature is reached, the AUTO light will illuminate. When it lights up, press the start/stop button to begin the brew cycle. • The AUTO light will continue to flash throughout the brewing cycle. PLEASE NOTE: Some beverages have a pause in brewing after the initial influx of water into the T-DISC®. • The MANUAL light will illuminate when your drink is ready.
Same here. (I have the Mini Plus B31) Called Keurig and these are the steps they walked me through. Not sure which part actually fixed the problem, but it worked.
1. Turn off machine. Using a paperclip clean out the holes in the needles (3 in the top, one in the bottom of the k-cup holder).
2. If water is inside the heating core (assuming it is as nothing happened when you tried to brew), with the machine turned off, press and hold the brew button. After 5 seconds the pump will kick on and discharge the water. Make sure you have a cup in place to catch the water.
3. Dispose of that water.
4. Unplug the machine.
5. Wait 5 seconds.
6. Plug machine back in.
7. Turn on.
8. Run empty cycle without a k-cup and only use the minimum amount of water (6 oz).
9. Dispose of that water after it brews (hopefully).
If still nothing is happening, call Keurig.
10. Brew your coffee, tea, choco, etc.
Note: was told by Keurig rep that whenever you use hot chocolate, to run an empty rinse cycle afterwards before brewing another cup. This will help prevent any choco from going up inside the machine and possibily blocking the water flow.
Hope it works! Mine did after following these instructions. The rep also wanted me to measure the amount of water that came out afterwards. Not sure what the next step would be because my call got dropped, but the machine works. Sipping on a cup now...
all the lights are blinking its clean, descaled, filled with water and the power button and all the buttons just blink and it wont brew just had this machine less than 6 months and the machine will only quit blinking when i unplug it and yes ive tried different outlets when i plug it back in all the lights start blinking again and it wont brew i want a solution to this problem and i dont want to be sent to another site where they charge me to answer a question the $119 i payed for the thing should be enough im ready to throw it out the window im so frustrated with it
Same here. I'm dead in the water. This started happening a few weeks ago and with patience and luck and different combos of buttons I'd get it to stop and I was able to brew. Today it just stopped completely. The program light either blinks constantly or stays lit constantly, but I cannot brew coffee. I see lots of people online with this problem, but have yet to see a solution.
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You need to prime the machine with water. Fill the water tank. Plug the
machine in and turn the power on. Instructions state the lights will
flash, but they won't. Blue water drop will illuminate indicating the
machine is empty (the water tank is full, but the pipes in the machine
are empty until you do the following). Place a cup under the steam
wand, and rotate the steam knob fully to the "on" position (fully
clockwise as you view it from the side until you hit the hard stop). No
need to use force, just rotate until you hear the pump turn on. At this
point, you'll hear a pump running, and after 10-30 seconds, water will
be ejected from the wand. Continue until the blue light goes out and
you're ready to brew. At this point, I think the lights flash and it
comes up to temp. One more thing, when using the steam wand, always
turn the knob until the pump engages, or you run the risk of emptying
the water line. Hope this helps and enjoy!
I work for Black and Decker customer support. Our customer service phone number is 1-800-231-9786.
If the unit isn't brewing anymore, it needs to be replaced. Unfortunately, the
unit can't be
repaired. The unit comes with a one year warranty from the date of
Please call the number above so that we can determine your warranty
eligibility and help you any way we can.
I hope I've provided you useful assistance and that this information
allows you to make an informed decision as to how to proceed from here.
Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.
The same thing happened to our Mr. Coffee this week! I followed the instructions about running vinegar through, then rinsing several times with water. However, the light would not stop blinking. We did by-pass the light by setting the timer for delayed brewing and it worked. However, that blinking light came on again. Then, my husband tired the vinegar wash again but instead of doing it one time, he ran the same vinegar through 6 times until the light went out! Then he proceeded with the water rinse. Our Mr. Coffee is working again!