Keurig 2.0 will not dispense water and make cofee
it lights up and sounds like its going to dispense water but only a few drops come out
Repair guides and support for coffee makers by Keurig including the K-Cup systems.
I brushed the needle area, unplugged, replugged, restarted, still did not brew. The water dispensed through the upper left plastic overflow nozzle;
I then took the reservoir off, cleaned the water suction water area unplugged, replugged in, restarted, still did not brew.
FINALLY BEFORE RESORTING TO TAKING THIS (&^%#$%^&&*APART, I thought ol' school methodologies, ( hitting the t.v. made it focus better........) SO, I unplugged my KEURIG, took the reservoir off, AND I turned the entire KEURIG UP SIDE DOWN OVER THE SINK, HIT THE BOTTOM WITH MY FLAT HAND TEN TIMES (10 X), THEN I TURNED THE KEURIG RIGHT SIDE UP, replugged it in, restarted, O M G!!!!!! IMMEDIATELY, ,,MY KEURG STARTED BREWING BETTER THAN THE FIRST DAY I PURCHASED IT YEARS AGO!!!!!!
MORAL OF THE STORY? SPANKING, SMACKING THE BOTTOM, HITTING BOTTOM IS LEGAL IN ALL 50 STATES AND IT DOES WORK! HAHAHHAHAHAHAHA- TEALE RHODES
I have a different model, but the water reservoir is in the same location. After four years of no problems, the water output kept diminishing until it totally stopped. I searched for a remedy, but found none that worked.
You may consider this a little inconvenient, but it works perfectly for my Keurig.
When starting the process, remove the top of the water reservoir. After pressing the flashing blue light, the sound from the unit changes after about 2 or 3 seconds and when this happens, hold the tip of a finger over the nylon drain tube until the brew cycle ends. For some unknown reason, the air flow is expelled through this outlet, instead of forcing the hot water to make the coffee. Blocking the air forces the internal pressure to expel the hot water as it was intended to do. As long as this works, I will delay purchasing another unit.
I have a Keurig 2.0 K500 and had the same issue but it is very very easy to fix! The part that you need came with the machine its in a small plastic bag and is orange with a clear plastic bubble on the bottom and also in the bag is a small piece of paper that shows how to clean the needle and unplug your machine. Good Luck!
I had this problem too and thought it was fatal so I bought a new machine. the new machine came with a maintenance accessory (my old one did not!) The problem was simply a clogged needle. After clearing the needle with the maintenance item, the old unit worked as new. There was no hint of this accessory anywhere so was unaware of the clogging potential easily solved with the "maintenance accessory" that did not come with my original machine Shame on Keurig. Now I have two coffee makers!
I also was experiencing the same issue. We did not have the maintenance kit either. So, because I was not getting ANY action from the spout, I took the machine to the garage and blew, and blew and blew my compressor blower nozzle into the needle jet. After several attempts, HOT water started squirting out. My was definitely clogged behind the norm I'm suspecting, guess I'll just descale it again at this point. But to have some flow again and the compressor is encouraging.
Mine had the same problem and Keurig said the first 2.0 models didn't come with the needle cleaner. She told me to use an open paper clip to clean it out. But it still doesn't dispense more than 2 oz. of water after cleaning it 6 times. And to think that when we received this model as a present, we gave away an original Keurig that never had this issue or required me to stand for hours pushing the button to get the descale solution and then distilled water through to clean it.
My wife and I had the same problem with a clogged up Keurig classic 55 model, and it was only 20 days old. We called the online help line for Keurig support and got help from an agent who walked us through the entire fix. Took about 15 - 20 minutes. She told us we could also get similar detailed help from viewing their online videos from their website.
I thought about the ‘spanking’ approach, but I applied some scientific method, and inspected the reservoir.. It turns out if it isn’t in ‘flush’ then you will get the symptom of poor flow. In my case, a part had broken off, and wedged in the ‘trough’ that the reservoir inserts, thus stopping it from being fully inserted.
After removing the object wedged in the place where the reservoir is inserted.. it was flush again, fully inserted, and I got normal working flow.
Conclusion: It’s quite likely that the spanking approach could have resolved due to the cause above. But instead of spanking it, just check your reservoir is fully inserted! :)
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