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When we put the K cup in it punches a hole in the top and the bottom, but the water stays in the cup - overflowing on top and sending grinds everywhere.

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Leaks water from bottom


Is it really from the BOTTOM, or is it spilling out the overflow holes in the back, then running down to the counter? If it's just spilling out the overflow holes, don't put quite so much water into it.

If it's really leaking from the bottom, and it happens even if you put only one or two cups of water into it, then the little hose running from the heating element inside up to the top filter has cracked or come off. You can fix that by opening the bottom of the coffeemaker (UNPLUGGED FROM THE WALL). You'll see where the rubber hose connects to the heating element and runs up along the rear tank. Check the connection where it attaches to the heating element.

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When i use my reusable k cup, water comes out all over


Use the $15 reusable Kcup with a rubber seal ring. If the lid is not down and sealed it will over flow with grinds. Press down firmly after filling with grinds. Also, clean tubes Top/Bottom with a paper clip to free them from debris that clog the tubes. Use distilled water also.

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My keurig won't punch a hole in the bottom of the kcup amd the water comes out squirting everywhere not in a stream


I had the same problem after 3 day's use. I discovered the metal punch was flattened. I used a pliers to bend it gently back up and it worked for a while. It quit again so I'm returning it. Meanwhile, I punch a hole on the bottom of the k-cup and line it up at the top when I insert it. It works that way.

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I broke the peice that puts water through the coffee basket on a Keurig Elite B40 Coffee Maker where can I buy parts for this?


If you are talking about the K-cup holder that punches the bottom of the k-cups, they usually are not for sale, and you can only find them on ersale sites like Ebay.etc...
you could also go buy a "Keurig My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter"
and just use the main grey plastic filter holder... but you will have to puncture the bottom of the k-cups yourself before dropping them into the holder...
You wont need the filter basket or the lid if your using k-cups... just the filter holder...

dont forget to punch a hole in the k-cup first...

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Revere Ware old fashioned coffee pot


1) Boil the water you’ll need in another pot.
2) Put 1 tablespoon of ground coffee (drip grind, not percolator grind) in the reduced diameter, perforated bottom of the brewing chamber.
3) Put the grind/water separator (the perforated, flat handled plate with cup markings on the handle) in the Brewing Chamber, over the coffee grounds.
3) Put the Brewing Chamber on top of the Holding Chamber.
4) Pour the appropriate number of cups boiling water into the brewing chamber; put the lid with the black knob on the brewing chamber.
5) Let the water drain through the coffee grinds (5-10 minutes).
6) Remove Brewing Chamber, clean out the coffee grounds, and replace the lid on the holding chamber.
7) Enjoy your coffee! Keep it warm on the stove at LOW heat setting.

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Over flow grounds without a cause


I have had two of these machines (warranty return) and they both did the exact same thing. Here is what I have discovered the problem to be.

The lid for the carafe gets stick and internally jams. As another poster suggested clean it thoroughly (this sometimes works). I have another solution. Call 1-800-726-0190 and explain that you lid jams and leaks all over your counter. They will send you an new lid for free no questions asked. They obviously are very aware of this situation and don't even ask for proof of purchase or purchase date.


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