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- Troubleshooting Coffee Makers – How To Fix Keurig Coffee Maker That Wont Brew
Troubleshooting Coffee Makers – How To Fix Keurig Coffee Maker That Wont Brew
Let’s discuss how to fix Keurig coffee maker that won’t brew. If you’re like me, not starting your day with a cup of coffee is asking for disaster. But what do you do when your Keurig coffee maker is working properly? This post will walk you through how to fix Keurig coffee maker that won’t brew.
The Keurig coffee maker enables you to start your day with a fresh cup of coffee in a matter of minutes. The coffee maker is one of, if not, the most popular models currently available. Plus, it is easy and consistent to use. However, this is only true if the machine is operating properly.
There is always a cost associated with convenience. It’s inevitable that your machine will encounter some problems from time to time and require some troubleshooting. Fortunately, there are several easy solutions that don’t require highly complex technical skills. Let’s take a closer look at the Keurig as well as some common problems and tips for fixing them. That way you won’t have to suffer a broken heart or hellish morning.
What Does A Keurig Coffee Maker Do?
Keurig machines were designed to make excellent coffee in just one cup. You insert a K-cup or small pod of coffee into the brewer, and then the magic happens. After pressing a few buttons, hot water is released from the Keurig, which brews the coffee grounds inside your cup. It’s that easy! It’s this simplicity and ease of use that has made the Keurig brand as popular as it is.
How To Fix Keurig Coffee Maker That Wont Brew
Now that you understand how a Keurig works, you can understand how frustrating it can be when it won’t brew. Let’s take a look at a few things that could cause this issue and how to correct it.
Reason #1: Your machine is clogged with debris
Cleaning your Keurig can be a pain, but it’s necessary if you want the machine to work properly. Make sure you unplug your Keurig before you begin cleaning it. Especially if you have just made coffee, be careful that the water left in the reservoir isnt still hot.
Scrub these parts gently with a damp cloth to ensure all calcium scaling and debris are removed. Rinse and wash your Keurig parts thoroughly to remove all visible grounds.
Keurigs commonly have problems due to clogged filters. So, you need to clean them at least once in every six months of active usage. This coffee maker has been made for easy disassembly, and cleaning. Ensure that you make use of this advantage and keep it clean.
How To Fix A Keurig Coffee Maker That Won’t Brew And Won’t Reset.
- Keurig is not assembled properly.
- Keurig parts are dirty or damaged.
- There is a problem with your internal computer systems.
Resetting The Keurig Coffee Maker.
Here’s what you need to do when you need to reset your Keurig:
- Unplug your brewer for a few minutes, then turn it back on.
- Plug your machine back in after removing the water reservoir, then wait a few minutes.
- Ensure that your device is plugged in and powered on.
- Reattach the water reservoir to your machine.
- Remove then reset the k-cup holder.
In the event you still cannot rest the Keurig, you may need to reach out to the Keurig customer support department.
Other Common Keurig Issues
Let’s not go through every issue with Keurig coffee makers, to help you figure out what may be affecting your Keurig. You may need to contact Keurig customer service if you have not found a solution after reading this section.
Keurig turns itself on/off
It is true that the Keurig coffeemaker is a fantastic piece of java technology, but it doesn’t have a mind of its own (even when it seems like it does). Keurig owners sometimes complain that their machines turn on or off on their own. You do not need to worry about your Keurig being haunted, there is a simple fix for the problem.
It is sometimes possible for Keurig machines to get in their own way because of their genius. A lot of Keurig owners don’t know that there are settings that can be turned on in the new and improved models. One of the most challenging aspects of Keurig troubleshooting is the automated brewing function.
When you have the automatic brewing feature activated on your Keurig it’s more likely that you’ll accidentally activate something. This can make your coffeemaker seem haunted if you don’t realise that the feature is on. But, the machine will start to behave normally once you turn off this setting. You might, however, find this feature useful if you always drink your coffee at the same time each day.
I can’t get my Keurig to stop leaking
Ensure that the water reservoir is properly seated.
Look underneath the cold water reservoir to check if water is underneath it.
You can check if water leaks from the cold water reservoir by holding it over the sink.
When you find that the leak isn’t coming from your cold water reservoir, other parts could be misplaced, causing the problem. The leak could also be coming from your gasket that is close to the puncture needle. So, be sure your gasket is not lined up correctly.
Keurig machines were designed to make excellent coffee in just one cup. You insert a K-cup or small pod of coffee into the brewer, and then the magic happens. After pressing a few buttons, hot water is released from the Keurig, which brews the coffee grounds inside your cup. As you can imagine, when it isn’t brewing can be a frustrating time. Hopefully the tips above will help you to pinpoint the issue and get it fixed. Cheers!