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When we put the coffee starts to pour it drips down in a few different spots. it's leaking. when we open it up to replace the coffee, there is coffee all over the place. This is similiar to the model we have. Help please! http://www.keurig.com/officecoffee/b3000se.asp?mscsid=PTF7X4006TBQ8M30BEDCBXVG8XCUBS67

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    Coffee is coming out in other places other than the drip spot

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Hitting the brewer might cause other problems. My brewer would make the correct noises but no water would come out into the K cup. Like other posts say, unbend a large paper clip and carefully slide the end up into the opening where the water comes out (and apparently coffee grounds get caught in). If you don't go to the first bend, you may not get the clog cleared entirely but it will put your fingers close to that very sharp needle so be careful. It took a couple tries for me, to get it right. It's been fine for two weeks so far.

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We had this problem with our B77 once. Somehow we knocked the rubber seal that goes around the needle off of the machine. See if yours is there. Luckily we found ours in the sink. Hope this helps.

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