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My Keurig does not dispense enough water for any of the settings. Is there something I an doing wrong or that I can fix. Thanks

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Hello Gajaxson,

I understand that your coffee maker/Espresso machine is not putting out enough water when you are brewing. This is a common occurrence when the machine needs to be descaled.

There are many different ways to descale coffee/espresso machines and some have cycles built in that you have to add the solution and push a button. Would please post me a model I will check with and see if the manufacture has any suggestions on how to descale your machine. Also if you still have the owners manual it will show you how to descale your machine.

It is recommended that you descale your machine at-least once every six months for moderate use and once every three months for heavy use.

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Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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