What would cause my Keurig to stop working?
A short cup occurs when your Keurig® brewer doesn’t brew the brew size selected and may be caused by a clogged needle (clogged by coffee grounds or cocoa mix), need to descale, or the reservoir being removed during brew.
To correct a short cup, please try the below steps: Measuring Cup.
How do I unclog my Keurig coffee maker?
Flush clogged water lines to get your cup of coffee brewing again.
- Unplug and turn off your Keurig.
- Lift the top of the Keurig and flip it back to expose the portion pack holder.
- Pull the funnel that forms half of the portion pack assembly free from the opposite half.
Can a Keurig be repaired?
But it’s possible. Still, shredding something down for recycling won’t ever be as sustainable as repairing the machine and using it for as long as possible. When it comes to Keurigs, though, repair is sometimes easier said than done. Like many companies, Keurig doesn’t sell replacement parts.
How do I fix my slow Keurig?
Your 7-Step Guide to Fixing Your Slow-Dripping Keurig Issue
- 1 – Turn off Your Keurig with the Power Button.
- 2 – Take The Protective Reservoir Off.
- 3 – Open The Lid Like You Normally Would to Insert A K-Cup.
- 4 – Remove the K-Cup Puncturing Needle.
- 5 – Clean the Tubes Behind Your Puncture Needle.