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My keurig saidbto descale, which I did and now hardly any coffee comes out. When I run plain water through withoout the coffee, it comes out fine, but as soon as I put the coffee in, it dribbles out and only about an eighth of the coffee comes out.

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Hi, I think I can help you fix this problem. First off, check the needles that puncture the cups and get them cleaned off with a paperclip or a toothpick. Try to clean them with a small brush or a even a toothbrush with a little vinegar. Clean the top and bottom and be careful because they're sharp. Then, run a full resevoir of white vinegar through your machine. Then, let it sit with "ADD WATER" for a few hours. Lastly, rinse with clear water, a full resevoir so you get rid of the vinegar smell and taste.

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  • Harrp Nov 21, 2010

    I've done this more than once and although i do get a full cup of coffee -- it is very slow, unlike it when it was new. My logic tells me that since it comes out fine when there's no k-cup in it, perhaps it is the pump wearing out -- like it is no longer powerful enough to pump the water through when there is an obstruction (the coffee). Does that make sense or am I totally ignorant and don't know what I'm talking about?

  • thaddeuscur Dec 22, 2010

    I've seen this at work, and now I'm seeing it at home. Same issue: works when I take a kcup out, but putting a kcup in clogs up the works. My logic agrees with yours: it's the pump. That seems like the one piece that could really go wrong.

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