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Keurig Elite B40 Coffee Maker Questions & Answers
After a few months use there is a green algae like
Using filter water of course helps keep things clean and so forth. To help solve this algae problem when you descale and clean machine use vinegar and that should help from algae building up. Thanks Mike
My Keurig Brewer is flashing the add water,
Perhaps more than one problem people are dealing with but here's what I found. The round float in the tank is magnetic so it's either activating some crappy mechanical switch or more likely a hall effect sensor. Remove the tank and dump the water so the float will rise from the bottom when you refill it. Take a good strong magnet and slide it around the side of the unit where the float would be, tapping it as you go. Put the tank back on and fill it. One try and I was back to making coffee.
Keurig makes clicking sound but will not brew
The exit tube is clogged. Get a paper clip and straighten one end, pushing it up into the tube to clear the material out. The tube is the upper Pin Like projection that pierces the Kcup.
My coffee filter for my Keurig, seems to overflow.
I have had this same problem when all of some of the coffee is ground too fine. It needs to be the correct particle size and if it is too fine, it will clog the screen and either overflow or not flow at all. Look at the ground coffee you use and check to see if it is uniform size or there are a lot of very fine grounds mixed with the coarser sizing. Try asking a coffee shop to grind you some coffee specifically for your Keurig cassettes. Most pre-grounds drip coffees are too coarse and many grinders in the stores where you grind your own whole beans do not produce a uniform size. I have an OEM Keurig cassettee and two generic cassettes and the screens have different pore sizes, with the Keurig being finer.
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